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ALBA LISETTE • ALESSI CHRISTOPHER • AMAYA EDWIN • 
ANSORGE PETER • BLAKE MARTIN C • BLASIOLI LYNNA M • 
BOBRINITZ NICOLA • BOWEN CHARLES • BRENNAN BARBARA M • 
BROWNESAGE* BUCKLEYJOSHUAD* BUMANN ANITA* BURTON DARLENE 
C • BYAM SCOTT • CADOTTE LISA • CALLAHAN KELLY • CALLAHAN TIMOTHY • 
CARROLL JOYCE • CARSON JENNIFER L • CESTRONE STEVEN A • CHAN KIM LUNG 
CHANG ELLEN • CHEN YUNG HSIN • CHISHOLM JASON • CLANCY KAREN • CLAYTON 
GEORGE S • CLEMENTS DAVID W« COHEN JODI • COLLITON MAUREEN • CONCANNON THERESA • 
CORREIA MARCY • COUGHLIN BRAND! • CRAIG STEPHEN • DALLMAN MICHAEL E • DAVIS TINA • 
DENARO KRISTA • DESANTIS DAVID • DEVLIN MAUREEN • DINISCO MICHELLE • DOHERTYTINA • DROZNIN 
ELINA • ELA GRETCHEN • ELDRIDGE JASON • ESTANO JULIE • FARMER JULIA A • FELDMAN DARREN • 
FRIEDMAN DEBBI • GARNEAU RENEE J M • GOTTLIEB CRAIG • GROF BRIAN • GUNASEKARA INDRAJITH • 
HAGON JAMES L • HALL ANDREW • MCDONALD SCOTT • MCGRATH KERI • 

HARLEY AMY L • HARRINGTON MESSINEO RANDY • MILLS KARYN • 

CHRISTINE • HART LORENA V • MOFIELD ELIZABETH • NICKERSON 

HEIMPLE VALERIE T • HOLDEN JENNIFER«0'DONNELLJONATHAN D* 

JONATHAN • HOLDEN KATHERINE • OLIVERJAMESS III • PAPPAS RACHEL* 

HUNT DANIEL • HUNTER HEATHER • PARMER APRIL DAWN • PATENAUDE 

IBOUANGA ALOISE • INGRAHAM PETER TIMOTHY • PELLEGRINI MARY • PEREZ 

• JEANNOTTE JEFFREY • JOHNSON SERGIO A • PERINO STEPHANIE A • 
NANA-KYIS* KENNEDY HOPE 'KENON PETERSON JENIFFER • POLITO 
REGGIE • KEROES JOSHUA • CHARLENE • POLITO HEATHER • 
KIESSLING RACHEL* KNELL MATTHEW POMPONI ANDRIA • PRESET ADAM S* 

• KYVELOS STEPHANIE • LANIER PULLEN LESTER • QUINN DONNA 
ANDREA N • LARSEN KRISTEN • LEE MARIE • REED CHRISTOPHER • RIVERA 
TARAD« LEEPER BRIAN R« LORUSSO RAFAEL • RIVINIUS ELIZABETH • 
JOHN* MACARTHURKRISTINA* MACE ROMANIK TRACY S • SCHOFIELD 
CHARLES •MACQUILKENBETHANNE» MICHELLE • SCOTT JACQUELINE • 
MAZINGO MICHAEL • MCALLISTER SHANNON NICOVANNA • SHAO ANNY • 
NATHANIEL • MCCULLOCH ANNE • SHWIMER JACQUELINE • SKERRY 
WILLIAM* SMITH DAYMION* SMITH MARKT«SPARROWBRIAN« STAFFORD JENNIFER* STANLEY ROBERT* 
SWENSON ERIC • SWIETEK PAUL K • TOBEY DAVID • URQUHART BARRY • VAN DER LEE ANIKO • VOLICER 

ZUZKA • WALLIN CHRISTOPHER S • WEINFURT PATRICIA • WELCH FRANCIS • WENTWORTH DAVID • 
WHITEAKER STAGEY • WINGFIELD JENNIFER • WOOD, IVAN • YOUNG ERIC • ZWALLY MICHAEL A • ALBA 
LISETTE -ALESSI CHRISTOPHER* AMAYA EDWIN 0« ANSORGE PETER 'BLAKE MARTIN C* BLASIOLI 
LYNNA M • BOBRINITZ NICOLA • BOWEN CHARLES • BRENNAN BARBARA M • BROWNE SAGE • 
BUCKLEY JOSHUA D • BUMANN ANITA • BU RTON DARLENE C • BYAM SCOTT • CADOTTE LISA • 
CALLAHAN KELLY • CALLAHAN TIMOTHY • CARROLL JOYCE • CARSON JENNIFER L • 
CESTRONE STEVEN A • CHAN KIM LUNG • CHANG ELLEN • CHEN YUNG HSIN • CHISHOLM 
JASON • CLANCY KAREN • CLAYTON GEORGE S • CLEMENTS DAVID W • COHEN JODI • 
COLLITON MAUREEN • CONCANNON THERESA • CORREIA MARCY • COUGHLIN 

BRANDI • CRAIG STEPHEN • DALLMAN 
MICHAEL E • DAVIS TINA • DENARO 
KRISTA • DESANTIS DAVID • DEVLIN 
MAUREEN • DINISCO MICHELLE • 
DOHERTYTINA -DROZNIN ELINA -ELA 
GRETCHEN • ELDRIDGE JASON • 
ESTANO JULIE • FARMER JULIA A • 
FELDMAN DARREN • FRIEDMAN DEBBI 
• GARNEAU RENEE J M • GOTTLIEB 
CRAIG • GROF BRIAN • GUNASEKARA 
INDRAJITH • HAGON JAMES L • HALL 
ANDREW • HARLEY AMY L • 
HARRINGTON CHRISTINE • HART 
LORENA V • HEIMPLE VALERIE T • 
HOLDEN JONATHAN • HOLDEN 
KATHERINE • HUNT DANIEL • HUNTER 
HEATHER • IBOUANGA ALOISE • 
INGRAHAM PETER • JEANNOTTE 



JEFFREY • JOHNSON NANA-KYI S • 
KENNEDY HOPE • KENON REGGIE • 
KEROESJOSHUA*KIESSLING RACHEL 
• KNELL MATTHEW • KYVELOS 
STEPHANIE • LANIER ANDREA N • 
LARSEN KRISTEN • LEE TARA D • 
LEEPER BRIAN R • LORUSSO JOHN • 
MACARTHUR KRISTINA • MACE 
CHARLES • MACQUILKEN BETHANNE • 
MAZINGO MICHAEL • MCALLISTER 
NATHANIEL • MCCULLOCH ANNE • 
MCDONALD SCOTT • MCGRATH KERI • 
MESSINEO RANDY • MILLS KARYN • 
MOFIELD ELIZABETH • NICKERSON JENNIFER • O'DONNELL JONATHAN D • OLIVER JAMES SHI* PAPPAS 
RACHEL • PARMER APRIL DAWN • PATENAUDE TIMOTHY • PELLEGRINI MARY • PEREZ SERGIO A • PERINO 
STEPHANIE A* PETERSON JENIFFER* POLITOCHARLENE* POLITO HEATHER* POMPONI ANDRIA* PRESET 
ADAM S * PULLEN LESTER * QUINN DONNA MARIE * REED CHRISTOPHER * RIVERA RAFAEL • RIVINIUS 
ELIZABETH * ROMANIK TRACY S * SCHOFIELD MICHELLE * SCOTT JACQUELINE * SHANNON 
NICOVANNA* SHAO ANNY* SHWIMER JACQUELINE * SKERRY WILLIAM * SMITH DAYMION * 
SMITH MARK T * SPARROW BRIAN * STAFFORD JENNIFER * STANLEY ROBERT * 
SWENSON ERIC * SWIETEK PAUL K * TOBEY DAVID * URQUHART BARRY * VAN DER 
LEE ANIKO * VOLICER ZUZKA * WALLIN CHRISTOPHER S • WEINFURT 
PATRICIA • WELCH FRANCIS • WENTWORTH DAVID * WHITEAKER 
STAGEY * WINGFIELD JENNIFER * WOOD, IVAN * YOUNG ERIC * 
ZWALLY MICHAEL A * ALBA LISETTE • ALESSI CHRISTOPHER 



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• AMAYA EDWIN • ANSORGE PETER • BLAKE MARTIN C • 
BLASIOLI LYNNA M • BOBRINITZ NICOLA • BOWEN CHARLES • 
BRENNAN BARBARA M • BROWNE SAGE • BUCKLEY JOSHUA D • 
BUMANN ANITA • BURTON DARLENE C • BYAM SCOTT • CADOTTE LISA • 
CALLAHAN KELLY • CALLAHAN TIMOTHY • CARROLL JOYCE • CARSON JENNIFER 
L • CESTRONE STEVEN A • CHAN KIM LUNG • CHANG ELLEN • CHEN YUNG HSIN • 
CHISHOLM JASON • CLANCY KAREN • CLAYTON GEORGE S • CLEMENTS DAVID W • COHEN 
JODI • COLLITON MAUREEN • CONCANNON THERESA • CORREIA MARCY • COUGHLIN BRANDI • 
CRAIG STEPHEN • DALLMAN MICHAEL E • DAVIS TINA • DENARO KRISTA • DESANTIS DAVID • DEVLIN 
MAUREEN • DINISCO MICHELLE • DOHERTYTINA • DROZNIN ELINA • ELA GRETCHEN • ELDRIDGE JASON • 
ESTANOJULIE* FARMER JULIAA»FELDMAN DARREN • FRIEDMAN DEBBI«GARNEAU RENEE J M-GOTTLIEB 
CRAIG • GROF BRIAN • GUNASEKARA INDRAJITH • HAGON JAMES L • HALL ANDREW • HARLEY AMY L • 



HARRINGTON CHRISTINE • HART 
LORENA V • HEIMPLE VALERIE T • 
HOLDEN JONATHAN • HOLDEN 
KATHERINE • HUNT DANIEL • HUNTER 
HEATHER • IBOUANGA ALOISE • 
INGRAHAM PETER • JEANNOTTE 
JEFFREY • JOHNSON NANA-KYI S • 
KENNEDY HOPE • KENON REGGIE • 
KEROESJOSHUA«KIESSLING RACHEL 
• KNELL MATTHEW • KYVELOS 
STEPHANIE • LANIER ANDREA N • 
LARSEN KRISTEN • LEE TARA D • 
LEEPER BRIAN R • LORUSSO JOHN • 
MACARTHUR KRISTINA • MACE 



CHARLES • MACQUILKEN BETHANNE • 
MAZINGO MICHAEL • MCALLISTER 
NATHANIEL • MCCULLOCH ANNE • 
MCDONALD SCOTT • MCGRATH KERI • 
MESSINEO RANDY • MILLS KARYN • 
MOFIELD ELIZABETH • NICKERSON 
JENNIFER«0'DONNELLJONATHAND« 
OLIVER JAMES S III • PAPPAS RACHEL • 
PARMER APRIL DAWN • PATENAUDE 
TIMOTHY • PELLEGRINI MARY • PEREZ 
SERGIO A • PERINO STEPHANIE A • 
PETERSON JENIFFER • POLITO CHARLENE • 
POLITO HEATHER • POMPONI ANDRIA • PRESET 
ADAM S • PULLEN LESTER • QUINN DONNA MARIE • 
REED CHRISTOPHER • RIVERA RAFAEL • RIVINIUS 
ELIZABETH • ROMANIK TRACY S • SCHOFIELD 
MICHELLE • SCOTT JACQUELINE • SHANNON 
NICOVANNA*SHAOANNY«SHWIMER JACQUELINE 
• SKERRY WILLIAM • SMITH DAYMION • SMITH MARK 
T • SPARROW BRIAN • STAFFORD JENNIFER • 
STANLEY ROBERT* SWENSON ERIC • SWIETEK PAUL 
K«TOBEYDAVID*URQUHARTBARRY»VANDERLEE 
ANIKO*VOLICERZUZKA«WALLIN CHRISTOPHERS* 
WEINFURT PATRICIA • WELCH FRANCIS • 
WENTWORTH DAVID • WHITEAKER STACEY • 
WINGFIELD JENNIFER* WOOD. IVAN • YOUNG ERIC* 
ZWALLY MICHAEL A • ALBA LISETTE • ALESSI 
CHRISTOPHER • AMAYA EDWIN O • ANSORGE PETER 
• BLAKE MARTIN C • BLASIOLI LYNNA M • BOBRINITZ 
NICOLA • BOWEN CHARLES • BRENNAN BARBARA M 
• BROWNE SAGE • BUCKLEY JOSHUA D • BUMANN 
ANITA • BURTON DARLENE C • BYAM SCOTT • 
CADOTTE LISA • CALLAHAN KELLY • CALLAHAN 
TIMOTHY* CARROLL JOYCE • CARSON JENNIFER L • 



CESTRONE STEVEN A • CHAN KIM LUNG • CHANG 
ELLEN • CHEN YUNG HSIN • CHISHOLM JASON • 
CLANCY KAREN • CLAYTON GEORGE S • 
CLEMENTS DAVID W • COHEN JODI • 
COLLITON MAUREEN • CONCANNON 
THERESA • CORREIA MARCY • 
COUGHLIN BRANDI •CRAIG STEPHEN • 
DALLMAN MICHAEL E • DAVIS TINA • 
DENARO KRISTA • DESANTIS DAVID • 
DEVLIN MAUREEN • DINISCO 
MICHELLE* DOHERTYTINA* DROZNIN 
ELINA • ELA GRETCHEN • ELDRIDGE 
JASON • ESTANO JULIE • FARMER 



JULIA A • FELDMAN DARREN • 
FRIEDMAN DEBBI • GARNEAU RENEE J 
M • GOTTLIEB CRAIG • GROF BRIAN • 
GUNASEKARA INDRAJITH • HAGON 
JAMES L» HALLANDREW* HARLEYAMY 
L • HARRINGTON CHRISTINE • HART 
LORENA V • HEIMPLE VALERIE T • 
HOLDEN JONATHAN • HOLDEN 
KATHERINE • HUNT DANIEL • HUNTER 
HEATHER • IBOUANGA ALOISE • 
INGRAHAM PETER • JEANNOTTE 
JEFFREY • JOHNSON NANA-KYI S • 
KENNEDY HOPE • KENON REGGIE • 
KEROES JOSHUA* KIESSLING RACHEL 



• KNELL MATTHEW • KYVELOS STEPHANIE • LANIER ANDREA N • LARSEN KRISTEN • LEE TARA D • LEEPER 
BRIAN R • LORUSSO JOHN • MACARTHUR KRISTINA • MACE CHARLES • MACQUILKEN BETHANNE • 
MAZINGOMICHAEL* MCALLISTERNATHANIEL* MCCULLOCH ANNE* MCDONALDSCOTT* MCGRATH KERI • 
MESSINEO RANDY* MILLS KARYN * MOFIELD ELIZABETH * NICKERSON JENNIFER* O'DONNELL JONATHAN 
D * OLIVER JAMES S III * PAPPAS RACHEL * PARMER APRIL DAWN * PATENAUDE TIMOTHY * PELLEGRINI 
MARY * PEREZ SERGIO A * PERINO STEPHANIE A * PETERSON JENIFFER * POLITO CHARLENE * POLITO 
HEATHER * POMPONI ANDRIA * PRESET ADAM S * PULLEN LESTER • QUINN DONNA MARIE * REED 
CHRISTOPHER * RIVERA RAFAEL * RIVINIUS ELIZABETH * ROMANIK TRACY S * SCHOFIELD MICHELLE • 
SCOTT JACQUELINE * SHANNON NICOVANNA * SHAO ANNY * SHWIMER JACQUELINE * SKERRY WILLIAM • 
SMITH DAYMION* SMITH MARKT*SPARROWBRIAN* STAFFORD JENNIFER* STANLEY ROBERT* SWENSON 
ERIC * SWIETEK PAUL K * TOBEY DAVID * URQUHART BARRY * VAN DER LEE ANIKO * VOLICER ZUZKA * 
WALLIN CHRISTOPHER S • WEINFURT PATRICIA * WELCH FRANCIS * WENTWORTH DAVID * WHITEAKER 



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in 1737 by King George II of England, was carried by his 
son, Nathaniel, who fought with the Bedford Minutemen 
at the Battle of Gancord Bridge, April 19, 1775. 



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1 



Spectrum 

The senior class is both diverse and individual. Yet, all the differ- 
ent groups fit together in a unique way. Much like the individual 
colors of the spectrum, each element of our class echos and supports 
the other, each contributing to the beauty of the whole. 

Like light hitting a prism and separating into the different colored 
bands of the rainbow, we are traveling through our last few moments 
of high school before life separates us into different bands of col- 
leges and later, professions and lifestyles. We are all so different and 
yet each one of us is equally important to the whole. 

Now, as we go our separate ways, we form the picture and image 
of the class of 1992. We are a group of individuals who have come 
together for a brief moment to create our own spectrum. So every 
time you see a rainbow in the sky, reflect for a moment on your high 
school days and remember the class of 1992. 




Hi 





orge Clayton comes up for air after blowing up tons of balloons for the 
irbook booth. 



Stephanie Kyvelos and Sarah Rosen- 
berg smile broadly. 



Rafael Rivera and David Clements are 
real studs. Not! 




Opening 3 




Good-Bye 

It always seemed like it would never actually get here, never 
really happen. But, at last, the end is in sight and the class of 
1992 is ready to depart from B.H.S. The four years have gone 
so quickly-yet the whole time, it seemed like high school was 
stretching on forever. It's been such a long time since we were 
freshmen--but it often feels like the entire experience was 
packed into a single second, gone almost before it arrived. 

Though college beckons and we are leaving Bedford High to 
commence upon the rest of our lives, we will never forget the 
experiences we've shared here. Since entering these hallways 
as timid freshmen in the fall of 1988, we have grown and 
changed in so very many ways. We've made friendships which 
will last us for the rest of our lives, experienced the greatest 
joys and the deepest sorrows, shared laughter and tears, hopes 
and dreams, fears and angers. ..and all of it together. Whether 
watching a game or taking the SATs, decorating a hall during 
Spirit Week or cramming frantically for exams, we've all 
shared the best and worst that high school has to offer. The 
memories of these fleeting, wonderful years will remain in our 
hearts and sustain us during the coming years, and we will 
keep in touch, and remember all the experiences we survived 
together, and we will smile. 





Ed Amaya and Krista Denaro are hav- Football studs, Jason Chisholm a 
ing a good time. Reggie Kenon, are looking forward 

their big game. 



4 Good-Bye 





Good-Bye 5 



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Sweet Babies 



Jim Hagon displays his fashion sense at an 
early age. 



It looks like Jacqueline Shwimer's moodiness 
started right at the beginning. 



Josh Buckley smiles cunningly, making plans for the 
future. 




Nicovanna Shannon longs to be the next 
Red Sox pitcher. 



6 Baby Pictures 



Jon and Katie Holden examine the 

Hope Kennedy is ecstatic about her Rob Stanley gets a kick out of his cool bedpost - or is it Katie and Jon Mary Pellegrini gives a hug to her 
new turtle friend. suspenders! Holden? cute little puppy. 




David DeSantis has quite a frightened look on his face. What Debbi Friedman giggles at how adorable 

are you scared of, Dave? she looks sitting in the grass. 



Baby Pictures 7 



Remember 

Milk for a nickel 

Real plates and silverware 

Pretzel Day 

Ice cream everyday 

Recess 

Mr. Rutnik 

Cops and Robbers 

Flex periods 

Grotonwood 

Thompson Island 

Washington D.C. 

Egg Babies 

Gym Uniforms 

Unassigned G period 

Labs 

Ski '93 

Ullmann 

Dr. Cohen 

3-screen Motivational Movies 

Level 5 Gym 

Communism 

The Berlin Wall 

Mondale/Ferraro 

Dukakis for what? 

Venture 

"Starting Point" 
Mr. Nolan's maps 
Takiyuki Ida 
Mr. Canole 
ERBs 
SATs 

DATs-we are all going to be farmers 

Maple syrup on the railings 

Dead fish in lower B wing 

Spirit Games 1990 

Hall Decorating 

Silent lunches 

Spin the Bottle 

How's the pizza Stephanie Kyvelos, Tina 
Doherty, Amy Duggan, and Gretchen 
Ela? 



David Tobey always was a sharp dresser. 
So, who's the lucky girl? 



Jodi Cohen, Brian Sparrow, Tara Lee, and 
Maureen Devlin work hard on the 
Shipwreck. 



10 Remember When 



Gateway 
to 

Heaven 

The theme was Heaven, and the evening was truly heavenly. 
The prom committee worked long and hard decorating and the 
results transformed the new cafe from simply "a cafeteria" to 
BHS's own personal paradise. 

Couples arrived with the girls looking enchanting in shim- 
mering gowns and boys looking dashing in their tuxedos. Peo- 
ple first began to mingle, and then to dance, and the atmo- 
sphere became one of intense enthusiasm. 

Halfway through the evening the Prom Court was an- 
nounced with Nat McAllister and Keri McGrath reigning as 
King and Queen. The rest of the court was made up of Jenny 
Stafford, Anita Bumann, Nicovanna Shannon, Barb Brennan, 
Eric Swenson, Dave Clements, Tim Callahan, and Pete 
Ingraham. 

The fun and dancing continued until the clock struck twelve 
when, unfortunately, the prom drew to a close. Many memo- 
ries were made at the 1991 Junior Prom. This evening will not 
soon be forgotten. 




II 

Prom King and Queen Nat McAllister and Keri 
McGrath enjoy royalty. 




Darlene Burton and Nicovanna Shan- Keri McGrath, Maureen Colliton, !• 
non dance the night away. chelle DiNisco, Karen Clancy, I 

Krista DeNaro share a special gr ) 
hug. ! 



12 Junior Prom 




Bedford Day 

It is the day of all days! That infamous day of which we are 
all aware. Bedford Day! This year the people of Bedford once 
again all left their homes in a delirious frenzy to watch and 
cheer for the annual parade! Bedford High School had several 
organizations all participating in the fun. The Bedford High 
School Marching Band was one of the highlights as they once 
again proved their excellence to the town. Other groups in- 
cluded the Cheerleaders and the local Minutemen. 

Many of the school organizations also had money-raising 
booths with some of the most ingenious ideas ever seen at 
Bedford Day. 

The class of 1992 had a face painting booth and a raffle for 
Bruins tickets raising money for the costly senior prom. The 
class of 1993 had a unique laser tag system going which 
undoubtablely did quite well. The chaos level was high over by 
the rowdy National Honor Society booth where they were 
selling the dangerous and highly throwable whipped cream 
pies. Once again, the yearbook threw darts at the New Kids on 
the Block. However, this year balloons were an added target 
that attracted many colorful people. 

There were also many booths run by town members. The 
POMS chuckwagon was present, selling hot dogs and soda. 
The library had its annual book sale which many people 
attended. 

In the end, everyone seemed to have a good time trying their 
hand at the A.F.S. miniature golf, bouncing around on that 
crazy moonwalk thing, or just enjoying the day. 




Jacqueline Shwimer shows her true 
dedication to the yearbook on an 
early Saturday morning. 




Lynna Blasioli - in trouble again! Just 
what did you do this time? 



14 Bedford Day 



yrtnion Smith tries to con Barbara Brennan into After a long day of face painting Anita Bumann Dave Flores doesn't know why he got 
ing a Bruins raffle ticket. still manages to smile. creamed. 





GET PUMPED! 



Spirit Week, the very thought 
conjures up pictures of class ri- 
valry, outrageous costumes, blue, 
white, and an all around good 
time. While this year's weeklong 
celebration of Bucdom was 
slightly diminished by the lack of 
hall decorating, the festive atmo- 
sphere that enveloped Bedford 
High was at an all time high. 
Monday was an improvised Se- 
nior Day, with a few score of the 
Class of 1992 strutting through 
the hallways, resplendent in togas 
and other Roman garb. Tuesday, 
the entire school got into the act 
with Crazy Hair Day. Mohawks, 
bizarre ponytails, and bright dyes 
were the order of the day. Wednes- 
day saw Costume Day shine upon 
B.H.S. The gem of the day was 
Senior Lisa Cadotte's panda en- 
semble. Thursday, jackets, ties, 
and dresses were on tab, as the 
school went fancy for Elegant 
Dress Up Day. 

Thursday night held a new 
tradition. Hall decorating was 



traded in this year for the new 
concept of gym decorating. Each 
class had its own comer that was 
theirs to decorate. Colorful signs 
and streamers were hung as mem- 
bers of the various classes deco- 
rated to their hearts content. Each 
class had something, or someone 
to boast of. For example, while 
the juniors had Dave Boffa, the 
seniors had Wentworth. And the 
battle continues... 

Finally Friday came. Blue 
and White Day, the day that epito- 
mizes the spirit of the Bucca- 
neers. Everywhere one looked 
that fine day, one's eyes fell upon 
blue and white. Uniforms, jeans, 
and shirts all proclaimed the pride 
of Bedford. Then came the pep 
rally. The main gym rocked with 
the noise of the band, cheerlead- 
ers, and the rest of the student 
body. Surely the spirit proclaimed 
during the rally urged on the foot- 
ball team, as the boys handily 
defeated Newton South in that 
evening's game. 




The pumpkin (Gietchen Ela), Gumby (Theresa Concannon), the karate expert (Katie 
Holden), and the bunny rabbit (Jodi Cohen) took time out from their respective 
careers to smile for the camera. 




18 Student Life 



Stephanie Kyvelos and Daymion Smith show their support for the 
class of 1992 by making their own permanent marks. 






Jen Carson dresses up like a clown while 
Rachel Pappus appears as a baby. 
Which one is going to be funnier'.' 




lester Prynne (Laurie Sheflin) having an They laugh alike, they walk alike, they talk alike, 

\r with the pirate (Meg Boschetto) too? what a crazv pair.. .Dave Flores and Barb Brennan. 

Student Life 19 



Pep, Pep, Pep 

that rally ! ! ! ! 



True to form, Bedford stu- 
dents once again showed their 
spirit in this year's G-block pep 
rally. All the comers of the gym 
were decorated in Blue-and- 
White as the four classes tried to 
outdo each other with streamers 
and colorful banners. Each class 
had signs proclaiming that they 
were the best and that they had the 
best people. The juniors boasted 
of Dave Boffa while the seniors 
showed off with Dave Wentworth. 

The cheerleaders announced 
each of the sports team one by 
one, and then all of the team 
captains had a chance to say a few 
words. They each roused the 
crowds with their inspirational 
comments. 

Then the cheerleaders took the 
floor to wow the crowds with 
their new cheers and their mag- 
nificent stunts. The flag squad 



and the majorettes were in top 
form as well as they perfomied 
portions of their half-time show 
along with the marching band. 
The band also performed some of 
its stands music, encouraging the 
students to get in the football 
game frame of mind. 

Mrs. Gullage announced the 
Homecoming court finalists and 
they took their places in the cen- 
ter of the gym floor. The mem- 
bers of the court were: Anita 
Bumann, Jen Carson, Maureen 
Colliton. Gretchen Ela. Nana-Kyi 
Johnson, Dave Clements, Jon 
Holden, Dan Hunt, Nat 
McAllister, and Daymion Smith. 
After this, the band played a few 
more songs and then the 1991 
Homecoming Pep Rally was over, 
though it will always live as a 
memory in our hearts. 




Junior class president, Mark Mclnnis, and his friends Matt Kyvelos, Jim Maddox, and 
Colin Ross tliink tliey know which class is #1 . 




20 Student Life 



Theresa Concannon and Tara Lee demonstrate their excellent flag twirling 
abilities during their show at the Pep Rally. 



And the Spirit 
Continiaes 



Autumn in Bedford brings fall- 
ing leaves, cold weather, and lots 
of BHS spirit! Finishing off Spirit 
Week with a bang was the foot- 
ball game on Friday night from 
which the Hues emerged victori- 
ous! It was a tough game and the 
team played well. At half-time, 
the Homecoming court was 
brought out to the field to await 
the announcement of the king and 
queen. Each of the candidates 
brought a parent out to the field 
with them for support. The mem- 
bers of the 1991 Homecoming 
Court were: Jen Carson, Maureen 
Colliton, Gretchen Ela, Nana-Kyi 
Johnson, Queen Anita Bumann. 
King Daymion Smith, Nat 
McAllister, Dan Hunt, Jon 
Holden, and Dave Clements. 

November brought the 
Thanksgiving Game Bonfire. A 
huge fire was built to keep every- 
one warm while the cheerleaders, 
the flag squad, the majorettes, 
and the Marching Band per- 
fonned. Coach Sabourin gave a 



short inspirational speech which 
was followed by all of the senior 
players, each having something 
inspirational to say. 

The day after Thanksgiving 
was the Powder Puff Football 
Game between the junior and se- 
nior girls. This year a great deal 
of preparation went into the game. 
A week before the big event, the 
varsity football players were 
coaching the girls on their strat- 
egy. When the game arrived, 
everyone came out to support their 
respective class, including a se- 
nior male cheerleading squad and 
a junior male pep band. Some- 
how, no one is quite sure how, the 
junior girls won. This was a record 
breaking event because no one 
can remember the last time that 
the juniors won the Powder Puff 
game. However, everything is 
fair in love, war, and football. 
And so, the traditions were car- 
ried on and new ones were formed. 
Just another year of spirit at B.H.S. 





Flag squad members Jodi Cohen, Tara Lee, Theresa Concannon, and Lisa Cadotte, 
had a terrific time at the bonfire this year. It really got their spirits flaming for the 
Thanksgiving game. 



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Stephanie Perino was an awesome quarterback for the senior team. And i 
due to the coaching she received from the real quarterback - Charlie Bowt 



Join The FUN!!! 



On Thursday January 30, new 
students were inducted into the 
National Honor Society. NHS 
president David Tobey presided 
over the evening. The NHS offic- 
ers Jacqueline Shwimer (Trea- 
surer), Gretchen Ela (Secretary), 
Craig Gottlieb (Vice-President), 
and David Tobey ( President) each 
spoke on the four characteristics 
of the National Honor Society: 
Leadership, Scholarship, Service, 
and Character. Mr. Armand 
Sabourin was the guest speaker 
for the evening and gave a mov- 
ing speech to the inductees as 
well as the members from last 
year. The new members each 
received a certificate and a mem- 
bership pin, as well as a hand- 
shake from Mr. Duggan upon their 
induction. Following the cer- 
emony, the students and their par- 
ents met outside in the lobby for 
punch and refreshments. 

Halloween is always an active 
time at Bedford High School and 



this year was no exception. As 
usual, the three language clubs 
held their annual Halloween par- 
ties where people came dressed in 
costumes designed to amaze. All 
the parties offered pizza and drinks 
for refreshment and a variety of 
games for enjoyment. The French 
club had its usual game having to 
do with marshmallows. Last year 
you had to see how many marsh- 
mallows you could stuff in your 
mouth. This year, you wore a 
blindfold and tried to catch a dan- 
gling marshmallow with your 
teeth without looking. The Span- 
ish club bent back and decided to 
party with a limbo. And the Latin 
club got down on the floor for 
some good, old-fashioned peanut 
rolling with their noses. It must 
have been a sight to see that with 
all of the togas. Nevertheless, a 
good time was had by all and the 
language department continues 
to conquer the costume fairing 
holiday known as Halloween. 




Calvin Wilder and Ann Craig are having a terrific lime at the Latin Club Halloween 
party. Both are sporting togas and praying that they won't get pizza all over 
themselves. 




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Lexie Ross is trying to do the limbo. Watch everyone at the Spanish langi ; 
party bend back and get down! 




Mr. Duggan shakes newly initiated Brian Fehlau's hand as he becomes a 
member of the National Honor Society. 



Student Life 25 



What A Play! 

What Talent! 



November 22, 1991, a day that will forever lie in infamy. No, 
George Bush didn't forget when Pearl Harbor was. ..again, but the 
Junior class did walk away with Best Play at the annual Bedford High 
School Tournament of Plays. The Juniors' magnificent performance 
of At the Seaside , by Agatha Christie, clearly outclassed the Seniors' 
Mad Breakfast , the Sophomores' Four Little Words , and the Freshmen's 
A Small Wooden Horse . 

Not only did the Juniors come away with Best Play but they also 
garnered awards for Best Supporting Actor: Mike Esposito, Best 
Supporting Actress: Betsy Carlton, and Best Female Newcomer: 
Katie McBride. The play, a tale of theft and deception, was punctuated 
throughout by Carlton's uproarious enunciation of the name, "George." 
The Seniors were not far behind in the balloting, with Brian Sparrow 
winning Best Actor and Lisa Cadotte winning Best Actress. The 
Senior play was a wonderful collage of characters, each more hilarious 
than the last. The culmination of the comedy was Matt Knell's 
impromptu dive through the set window which sent the audience into 
a chorus of raucus laughter. The Sophomores also went the comedic 
route, with Ryan Kiessling portraying a director slowly being driven 
insane by a score of incompetent auditionees. The Freshmen opted for 
a true drama, a piece portraying a fictional future world, in which all 
decisions are made by a supercomputer. Craig Wiley and Aarti 
Kapuria both turned in inspiring performances with Wiley winning 
Best Male Newcomer. 

Those who attended the 1991 Talent Show were treated to an 
evening that matched the Touranment of Plays blow for blow. Where 
else could one see Dave Flores jumping around the stage covered in 
silver body paint or the usually demure Gretchen Ela doing a rather 
risque Time Warp? These were things only to be seen at the Talent 
Show. Dave Lord. Mark Mclnnis, John Mara, Bryan Albonesi, Dave 
Boffa, Dave Venuti, Matt Ky velos. and Geoff Chase gave the audience 
a sense of time travel with their rendition of the break dancing craze 
that, back in the eighties, swept the country. Yet perhaps the greatest 
thrills were provided not by students, but by teachers. Everybody's 
favorite foreign language trio, Den-Jim-De Flo. led by aspiring 
rappeuse Denise "Hammer" Rainis, wowed the crowd with their 
rendition of an original tune, "Do Your Homework." The evening was 
topped off by a performance by the recently formed quartet, "Dances 
With Ducks." Lead singer Josh Buckley was ably supported by Dave 
DeSantis. Matt Ross, and Mr. McDonald. It was Mr. McDonald who, 
despite a broken string, brought the audience to its feet with his 
screaming guitar. It was truly a night to remember. 

Den-Jim-De Flo. otherwise known as 
Mrs. Rainis. Mr. Kelly, and Mr. Pavao 
wov/ed the crowd at the Talent Show 
with their original rap song, "Do Your 
Homework." 



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Mark Mclnnis and Laurie Shelfin played a flirting couple in the junior play. 
At The Seaside this year. Both received many laughs from the crowd. 



Student Life 27 



Just Good 

S 





This year on the nights of De- 
cember sixth and seventh the an- 
nual Madrigal Dinner took place. 
For the third straight year, the 
B.H.S. Madrigal Singers hosted a 
medieval feast featuring song, 
drama, and of course, a veritable 
castleful of food. As has become 
a tradition with the dinner, the 
entire script for the dinner was 
written by members of the madri- 
gal group. This year's writing 
crew included Brian Sparrow, Jen 
Carson, Jodi Cohen. Gretchen Ela. 
and Maureen Devlin. The play 
they created featured a mythical 
dinner party featuring Henry VIII 
of divorce fame and his nephew, 
the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles 
V of Spain. The evening also 
featured a play within the play (a 
la Hamlet) entitled "The Book- 
worm." This story of true love 
was written by Sparrow who also 
played the role of Henry VIII in 
the dinner. 

However, the most important 
part of the evening was the music. 



Over the course of the evening, 
the Madrigal singers belted out a 
series of Medieval and Renais- 
sance tunes ranging from the up- 
beat "Fa Una Canzone" to the 
dour "Phyllis Farewell." As is 
the tradition for the group, all of 
their music was performed to- 
tally a cappella. The audience 
left both performances with a 
sense of the true musical talent 
that B.H.S.'s program produces. 

The dinner could not have 
taken place without the assis- 
tance of others besides the Mad- 
rigal members themselves. Tens 
of students volunteered to be 
serving wenches, pages, slaves, 
and other forms of archaic servi- 
tude. Once again, the parents of 
POMS donated their valuable 
time toward organizing the food, 
sets, costumes, tickets, and pro- 
grams. But in the end, what was 
the real effect of the Madrigal 
Dinner? To those in the Madri- 
gal group, it was just plain fun. 




John Woolard proposes his love to the beautiful Jodi Cohen. Unfortunately, their 
love affair is of a Romeo and Juliet nature. 




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Alex Brill and the man in charge of it all. Mr. Barry Low. take a moment 
to congratulate each other on the evening's successes. 




Ladies-in-waiting Cynthia Primmemian. Jane Atkinson. Jill Freeman. 
Sarah Carvey. and Gretchen Eia gather together for a royal picture. 



Student Life 29 



G rim R eaper 



The Grim Reaper paid a visit 
to nineteen students on Decem- 
ber thirteenth. "Icilling" them for 
the rest of the day. As often as 
someone is nationally killed from 
drunk driving (every twenty min- 
utes), a volunteer student was 
"killed" by the Grim Reaper. The 
Grim Reaper painted each dead 
student's face white, and he/she 
was not allowed to speak until 
school ended that afternoon. 
Though not all were pronouced 
"dead," the volunteers were Lynna 
Blasioli, Sage Browne. Anita 
Bumann, Darlene Burton. Lisa 
Cadotte, Kelly Callahan. David 
Clements, Jodi Cohen. Maureen 
Colliton, Theresa Concannon, 
Marcy Correia, Krista Denaro, 
Gretchen Ela, Hope Kennedy, 
Jonathon O'Donnell, Nicovanna 
Shannon, Daymion Smith, Jen- 
nifer Stafford. Eric Swenson, 
Aniko Van der Lee, Karen Clancy, 
Stephanie Anderson, Ann Craig, 
Mary Mix, Kim Sands, Rachel 
Tobin, Catherine Brown, Caren 



Chen, Carolyn Fanelli, Kerri 
Mead, Anita Shewakramani, 
Lauren Stuart, Jessica Turner, 
Julie Hansen, Kara Hunsader, 
Genja Williams, and Charlie 
Axtell. Barb Brennan. Kate 
Holden, Nana-Kyi Johnson, Eric 
Swenson, Jennifer Wingfield, and 
Cait Hurley played the role the 
Grim Reaper, switching off every 
couple of periods. 

Grim Reaper Day was de- 
signed to give the students the 
impact of what it would be like if 
someone they knew died from 
drunk driving. This was an 
activity that had hopes of making 
the students more aware of how 
serious the problem is nationally, 
as well as within their own com- 
munity. Many people in the school 
feel that something has to be done 
to reduce, if not end, drunk driv- 
ing in Bedford, and Grim Reaper 
Day was created so that the stu- 
dents could actually see what 
could happen when someone 
drives drunk. 




The Grim Reaper prepares to "kill" another student to help students understand the 
effects and consequences of drunk driving. 




30 Student Life 



Once again, the Grim Reaper "kills" another student, just as another student 
be killed in a drunk driving accident unless people become more aware. 



Class Officers 



The underclassmen officers at 
B.H.S. have provided themselves 
with a great looking future. The 
freshman class officers comprised 
of Mark Janian,TaraSlavin. Chris- 
tine Perino and Carla Giannetta 
started their way up the hill known 
as high school and they are work- 
ing hard for the better of their 
class. They sponsored a dance the 
Saturday after Midyears which was 
quite successful because naturally, 
everyone needs a break from study- 
ing. They also did a good job 
decorating their section of the 
bleachers during the gym decorat- 
ing which took place during Spirit 
Week. 

The Sophomore class officers 
are Sarah Rosenberg, Jessymn 
Smith, Wendy Castellana and Lisa 
Thomas. They are a group of 
excellent fund raisers as demon- 
strated by their terrific job with the 
Talent Show which was at its best 
this year. During Spirit Week 
there were more spirited sopho- 
mores that dressed up than any 
other class. This is a good sign that 



the class likes to get active in 
school activities which is a reflec- 
tion on the officers. Next year the 
sophomores will have to plan a 
semi-formal as well as a prom and 
so they are preparing ahead by 
raising the money now. 

The Junior class officers: Mark 
Mclnnis, Dave Boffa, Rachael 
Berkowitz. Kristen Colliton, Katy 
Doherty and Bill Katz are doing 
an excellent job this year of trying 
to raise money for the prom. Some 
fund-raisers they've run are the 
50/50 raffle at the football game 
and a raffle for a Bruins 
autographed T-shirt. Also, the 
class has sponsored a couple of 
dances. They are still planning 
other fund raisers for the future. 
This year's Junior class is the re- 
turning champion of last year's 
Spirit Games which are held in 
June every year. During the pep 
rally a race car with a "93" on it 
interrupted the works. This stunt 
was definitely one of the most 
memorable things that happened 
during the pep rally. 




The Juniors were quite spirited at the pep rally, boasting of their beloved class officer. 
Dave Boffa. Because, if you've got Boffa, what else could you ever possibly need? 






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Who says that class rivlary exists? Definitely not the officers, as demonstr 
junior president Mark Mclnnis's participation in the sophomore class' talen 




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Senior Class Officers 



Class president Rafael Rivera has learned the fine art of taking other people's m y, 
An important lesson for a man of his position. 



The senior class officers have 
had a hard job this year. We 
needed to rise out of a near debt 
and needed to raise money for the 
Senior Prom. With great organi- 
zation, as well as a tremendous 
spirit, the officers did it. With the 
help of classmates, the Senior 
class officers organized a face 
painting booth at Bedford Day, in 
addition to raffling off two Bruins 
tickets. Both ideas were a suc- 
cess. The class also sold T-shirts 
to raise money. 

In addition to their organiza- 
tional skills, the officers were 
known for their class spirit. Many 
a time, Daymion and Rafael could 
be seen running in front of the 
bleachers at a pep rally, willing 
the senior class to victory. The 
years have been fun-filled, com- 
plete will hall decorating, victo- 
ries at Spirit Games, Semi- 




formals, and the proms. 

The class was drawn together 
when we decorated the new caf- 
eteria for the Junior Prom. With a 
theme like Gateway to Heaven, 
how could we miss? A great deal 
of effort was put into the decora- 
tions from the fish coming out of 
the water fountain to the actual 
gateways leading into the dance. 
Without the guidance of our advi- 
sors, the entire event would have 
been a shambles. So, we would all 
like to thank our advisors: Ms. 
Mehrle, Mr. Huff, and Mr. Palmer. 
Without their hard work and dedi- 
cation over the years, we would 
not be where we are today. It is 
because of their time and caring 
that the Class of 1992 will suc- 
ceed. Thank you! 

Good luck to our advisors, to 
our class officers, and to the entire 
Class of 1992! 



Front Row: F^om Co-Chairpersons Jen Carson and Kelly Callahan. Back Row: Treasurer David Clements, 
Secretary Anita Bumann, President Rafael Rivera, and Vice President Daymion Smith. 



Secretary Anita Bumann shows off her Minnie M 
sweatshirt. Did Minnie help you get to where yoi 
today? 



38 Seniors 




ENIORS 




Seniors 39 



Lisette A. Alba 

Lizette. Lisit, Luisa, Supersette. 
Lisa. Rana, Snelky 

For memory has painted this perfect day 
with colors that never fade. 
And we find at the end of a peifect day the 
sou! of a friend we've made. 

-Carrie Jacobs Band 



Christopher Edward Alessi 

Beast, Aless-man, Brother. 
Chris. Bourbon. Cristobol 

Good looks can open doors but great 
hair blows them off the hinges! 

-"Sam Malone" (Ted Danson) 

Why isn't there one language? Why do 
we have monkeys? And what does the 
word cow mean? It's crazv. 



Edwin Amaya 

Pan-Am . Base. MIT. Bush, White 
Boy 

In many years from now. 
Someone will find my ship. 
Someone will see my body in it. 
And see the bush on my head. 



The bigger the pile, the better the ride! " 



Peter Ansorge 

Robo 

Jes 




Martin C. Blake 

Marc, Blalce 

Change is the key to survival. 

-Marc Blake \99\ 



Lynna Mae Blasioli 

George, Juanita 

People often say that this or that person 
has not yet found himself. But the self 
is not something one finds, it is 
something one creates. 

-T.S. 



Nicola Ann Bobrinitz 

Nicky 

Tell me. 
I forget. 
Show me. 
I remember. 
Involve me, 
I understand. 
-Ancient Chinese Proverb 



Charles Edward Bowen 

Chuclc B. 

How long I have wanted 
These dreams to be true 
Now that the end approaches 
I can't believe I'm through 
It's a game we gotta lose 
Though it's a life we gotta choose 
-Twisted Si 



40 Seniors 



Barbara Marie Brennan 

Barb, Babs, Barbala, Dina 

ends are the marshmallows in the hot 
chocolate of life. 
-Mrs. Mitchei's coffee mug 

Dave, can I watch milkmaids? 
Pleeeease? 



I ! 



Sage Elizabeth Browne 



Joshua D. Buckley 

Buck, Stork, Jr. 

Fate has been broken 
Tears must be cried 



God doesn't sive us dreams without 


Let s do some living 


giving us the strength to see ther 
through. 


Aiierweve 

n 


JICU. 

-Rolling Stones 








"You should have 


said skirt." 



Dave Wentworth 



Anita Michelle Danielle 
Bumann 

Pita 

To be what we are, 
and to become what we are capable of 
becoming, 
is the only end of life. 

-R.L. Stevenson 




Darlene Claire Burton 

D, Baby D. Beens 

.^nd now abideth faith, hope, these 
ee: but the greatest of these is charity. 

-1 Corinthians 13 

Education is the goals 
If you wanna be in the know 
It's the one thing we all need in life. 

-Janet Jackson 
"The Knowledge" 



Scott Byam 

Pace, Scottie B., el gigante (de 
la historia don Quijole de la 
Mancha), Earthquake 

Train, say your prayers, eat your 
vitamins, and believe in yourself. 



Lisa Jeanne Cadotte 

Lise, Lease, Lindsay 



"Cheerful is better. 



-Me 



"Happiness is not something you find. 

but rather something you create." 
"Remember, happiness doesn't depend 
upon who you are or w hat you have; it 
depends solely upon what you think." 

-Dale Cameaie 



Kelly Marie Callahan 

Junior Fish, Senior Squid, 
Smelly. "BAG" 

You're never gonna see me standin' still 
I'm never gonna stop 'til I get my fill 

It doesn't matter who you are 
It's what you do that takes you far! 

-Madonna 

If nothing else, making a list at least 
gives you the illusion of control! 



Seniors 41 



Timothy Joseph Callahan 

Tim, T, Calli 

You're the cutest thing that I ever did 
see. 

I really love your peaches. Wanna shake 
your trees. 

-Steve Miller Band 

Have A Golden Niaht 



Joyce Michelle Carroll 

Joycey 

..whatever road you choose I'm right 
behind you win or lose.. .Forever 
young!!! 

-Rod Stewart 



Jennifer Lyn Carson 

Jen, Jenny, JenTara, Panino 

If you will tell me w hy the fen appears 
impassable. I then will tell you why I 
think I can get across it if I try. 

-Marianne Moore 



Steven A. Cestrone 

Life?! 




Kim L. Chan 

Chen 

When something has happened, 

do not talk about it, 
it is hard to collect spilled water. 

Don't be afraid to go forward, 
be wary of standing still. 



Ellen Chang 



Yesterday is for memories. 
Tomorrow is for dreams. 

Friendship is a golden gift cherished 
above all life's treasures. 



Yung-Hsin Chen 

Big Ciien 



Aujourd'hui. maman est morte. 

-Camus 



Jason Steven Chisholm 

Chisholm, Chiz, Chizam. 
Holmes, MIT, Jay, J-Dog 

No one knows where they will end up 
what they will become; but as long a 
you stay true to yourself and what yo 
believe in. you can make a pretty goc 
guess. 



If it is to be it's up to me. 



This room stinks. 



Hey Chuck I'm sorry. (Bootleg pass 8h 
90) ' 



42 Seniors 



Karen Lentine Clancy 

Flower, K.C. Love 



George Sullivan Clayton 

Drummer Boy. The Little One 

Try every experience once then judge it. 

ody will 

-LA Story 



find as I grow older that I love those 
most whom I loved first. 


folic 


w. 




-Thomas Jefferson 
















Dum spiro, spero 



David W. Clements 

Melon, Skidda, Twerp 

If you don't like me for what I am - take 
a hike. 

A conceited man is very insecure. 
A modest man is just sure of himself. 



Jodi Lynn Cohen 
George, Kins 

It makes all the difference whether one 
sees darkness through the light or 
briehtness through the shadow. 




Maureen Colliton 

Moe, Moesky 

lere is a miracle called friendship that 

dwells within the heart, 
nd you don't know how it happens or 

when it gets its start... 
ut the happiness it brings you always 

gives a special lift, 
id you realize that friendship is God's 
most precious gift. 



Theresa Anne Concannon 

Tree, Twee, Wee, T.C., Top 
Cat, Serita, Condo 

Don't be tempted by the shiny apple 
Don't eat of a bitter fruit. 
Hunger only for a taste of justice. 
Hunger only for a world of truth. 
Because all that you have is your soul. 

-T. Chapman 



Marcy Ann Correia 

Marce. Swee, Marcella 

Remember me with smiles and laughter 
for that is how I will remember you. 

-Michael Landon 



Brandi Coughlin 



Seniors 43 



Jennifer Lynn Davies 

Jen. Genevieve 



Cynthia Coviello 

Lady, Kinkie. Weenie woman, 
Cyn. Geek Girl 

Everybody needs some lime alone to 
walk all by themselves. 
Even if you go separate ways. 
Only don't forget to look back at all the 
memories because they will always be 
in your mind and heart. 



Steve Craig 

Eggah, Craigah 

Are we fire flies. 
Flashing in the night? 
Big thunder rumble fish 
Did you get it right? 

-Red Hot Chili Peppers 

Can you dig it? 



Mike Dallman 



Take a look at where you are. And tlu 
look back to where you were. And thi 
of how you got there. Work at repaint 
your life. You can't just throw it all 
away. You've got to stick it to the e- 



Class of 1992 rules! 




Tina Davis 

It took me four and a half years, but I 
finally did it! 



Krista Ann Denaro 

Kritta. Bush 

I want that feeling back again when 
nothing mattered but the moment we 
were in. So we can be young and 
innocent again! 



David Anthony DeSantis 

Stallone, Rocko. Rocky, Joe, 
Meathead 

All I want to do is go the distance 

-Rocky 

The heart has its reasons which reason 
knows nothing of 

-Blake Pascal 



Maureen J, Devhn 

Reena, Dev, Ginette 

Les grandes personnes ne comprenne 
jamais rien toutes seules. 

- Le Petit Pi 

Music holds the secret - you know ii 
make you whole. 
It's not just a game of notes, it's the 
sounds inside your soul. 

- Triumi 



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Michelle DiNisco 

A life of pages 
Waiting to be filled. 
A hean that's hopeful 
A head that's full of dreams 
But this becoming 
Is harder than it seems. 



Tina Doherty 

Spike, Tina D. 

There's never gonna be a day that's the 
exact same as the la.st. That's why we 
have to make the most of it. Live life to 
the fullest! You never know what 
tommorow may bring! 

-Tina D. 



Elina Droznin 

Lina, Oogi, Euglena 

.1 believe the future is only the past 
again, entered through another gate. 



Amy D. Duggan 

Dinkie, Weenie Lady, Ames, 
GG 

Seems no one talks about those crazy 
days gone past. Weren't they amazed 
when you were big at last. 

-Van Halen 
"Little Dreamer" 




Gretchen Kristen Ela 

ne cannot see the truth but w ith the 
rt. That which is essential is invisible 

to the eyes, 
n ne voit bien qu'avec la coeur. Ce 
est essentiel est invisible aux yeux. 

-Antoine de St. Exupery 

It was Hobbes, Dad, honest! 

-Calvin 



Jason Eldridge 

Shadow 



If you love something, set it free. If it 
doesn't come back, hunt it down and kill 
it. 

-Unknown 



Always expect the unexpected. 



-Me 



It seems to me some fine things have 

been laid upon your table. 
But you only want the ones you can't 
get. 

-Eagles 



Julia Dee Estano 

Jewel. Julie 

Kill the Bee, Anyway 

I would like to go to a place w here every 
one can feel free to be who they truly 
are. and not only live to please others, 

but to please themselves, this is uhere I 
want to go! And be happy forever. 



Julia Farmer 

Julie, Jul 

The possibilities are endless. 
Love it! 



-J-W-J 



-'Cha\ 



Seniors 45 



David Flores 

Old Blue, Little Man, Blue- 
berry, Flow 

It doesn't matter - left, right, up. down. ..It 
ail comes down to the double Hammer! 

Luv' Ya' Vin 



Debbi Friedman 

Life is what you make it. 
At least that's what the people say. 
If we're gonna make it through 
tomorrow. 
We'd better make it through today. 

-Eric Clapton 



Renee Jeannette Marie 
Garneau 

Nae, Moukie 

That'll do it. 

I don't think so. 

Why me!?! 

Never let a day go by with out saying 
words of love, thanks and friendship. 



Craig Gottlieb 

.And remember... 
The truth that once was spoken 
To love another person is to see the t 
of God. 

-Les Miser., 




Brian Grof 

Little Grover, Frog, 
Pigglywiggly 

If you are not in it you are out of it. 

-Joey Ramone 

One small step for man. One giant leap 
for mankind. 

-Neil Armstrong 



James L. Hagon 

Jim, Jimbo, Feet, Big Foot, 
JimBob 

Standing on the hill on the mountain of 



Andy Hall 

U Hall, Grizzly 

Do not look back and feel sorry about 

the past for it is gone. 
Do not worry about the future for it has 
not vet come. 



Amy Lee Harley 

Amer 

Your living is determined not so mu 
by what life brings you as by the anit | 
you bring to life; not so much by wf| 
happens to you as by the way your ni 
looks at what happens. 

-John Homer M 



dreams telling myself it's not as hard. 




hard, hard as it seems. pg^^-g Love, and Happiness. 
-Led Zennelin 




It's time to Ramble On! 






-Led Zeppelin Lives! 











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Christine M. Harrington 

Chris 

,ike the morning sun you come and 
ke the wind you go. Ain't no time to 
te, clearly time to wait, well I want to 
know, where does the tune go. 

Nothing left to do but smile, smile, 
smile. 



Lorena Hart 

Lori, Lorecha, Heart to Heart 

Many people are happy and many 
people are sad. Some people have many 
things that others can only wish they 
had. So for the sake of the children, 
show them love's the only way to go 
'cause they are tomorrow and people 



they've got 


to 1< 


.now. 













Valerie Jean Heimple 

Val 



Gone are the days 
We stopped to decide 
Where we should go 
We just ride. 

-Grateful Dead 
"Crazv Fingers " 



Jonathan B. Holden 

Jon, Johnny B., Tommy Thunder 

Nowadays one must think like a hero in 
order to be merely a decent human being. 

-The Tempest 

No more of parental rules! 
Good riddance to those grown-up ghouls. 

-Calvin and Hobbes 




Katie. 


Lent 










Be illo 


gical, 




Dance in 


the rain. 








ito fountains, 
le world, and 




1 nrow coins ii 
Po£o around t 




See 1 


001 


sunsets. 













Daniel J. Hunt 

Doctor Dan, Danny Boy 











I love it when a plaji comes together. 








-A Team 

























Heather Hunter 

Heather, Hector, Heathy 

Together we stood. 
Together we stand. 
Two and two holding hands. 

Thanks for everything! 



Aloise Ibouanga 

Delly 

You will pass this way only once 
Do something that will make a 
difference. 



Seniors 47 



Peter Ingraham 

Pete. Shakespierre 

When your feet will no longer carr\ you. 

you have to walk with your head. ..But 
isn't it better to walk with your head than 
to think with you feet? 

-Rene Daumal 



Jeffrey K. Jeannotte 

Sasquatch, J., J.J. 

The corridor ends. 
The portal opens. 
Take the comer to the higher grounds. 
Where the morals live. 
But can not be found. 

-J. Jeannotte 

Motel, Money, Murder. Madness. 
Change your mood from glad to sadness. 

-Mr. MoJo Risin 



Nana-Kyi S. Johnson 

Nickie. Grandma, Cutie, 
Neeche 

Now faith is the substance of things 
hoped for the evidence of things not 
seen. 

-Heb 11:1 

If you reach for the moon and you miss 
at least you'll be amongst the stars! 

-N.J. 



Deborah Lynne Jones 

Debbie-kid 

Go, and beat your crazy head again 
sky. 

Try . and see beyond the houses and 
eyes. 

It's okay to shoot the moon 
-The Lovin' Sp 




Hope Kennedy 

Hopie, K-Love. Hopie K., 
Loope. Boo. Granny 

Seek and ye shall find 
Let God lead and direct your way, you 
will never go wrong or be left behind. 
(God bless all.) 

-Me-Mom-Dad 



Reginald Jermott Kenon 

Reggie, Reg-Rock, Dirty Rock 
Rocket 



I'll do the best I can. 



-RJK 



A champion must have the desire for 
perfection. ..and the will to punish 
him.self in the process. 

-Army Football 



Joshua Keroes 

Egon, Josu, Waldo 

When the candles die. all cats are grey. 
Of all substances St. Michael was 
stickiest. 

I grabbed him and pasted him on my 
head. 

1 found God a gigantic fly paper. 
I stayed out of his way. 

-Gregory Corso 



Rachel Kiessling 

the prince was confused so 

he asked the magician 
the magician arrived at the 
answer profound.. ..if she 
takes off her dress then 
the sky will fall down, aiid 
if the sky falls down then w e 
play on the ground 

-the R 



48 Seniors 



Matthew W. Knell 

itt, Nellie, Uncle Willie with 
the Silver Hair 

sn't worry about the future, it's only 
seconds away. 

-MWK 



Stephanie P. Kyvelos 

Staph, Tent 

Emancipate yourselves from mental 
slavery. 

None but ourselves can free our minds. 

-Bob Marley 



Andrea Nicole Lanier 

Nickey, Nickolaivolhoff, 
Nickolaipingpong, Nickolai, 
Nick 

If u want something in life that bad say 

to yourself that you can do it. 
j -Pervis "Vice Grip" Lanier 

It's been real, and fun but it hasn't been 
that fun. 

-Devin Hale 



Kristen Elizabeth Larsen 

Kris 

May the road rise up to meet you, 
May the wind always be at your back. 
May the sun shine warm upon your face 
And rains fall soft upon your fields 
And until we meet again may God 
Hold you by the palm of your hand. 

-Irish Blessing 




Tara Deanne Lee 

TaraJen, Sporkie, Ar, Kins 

vo roads diverged in a yellow wood 
and I- 

I took the road less travelled by 
nd that has made all the difference. 

-Robert Frost 



Brian R. Leeper 

What ever you want in life. ..STEAL IT!! 



Karie Lehman 



— 



John J. Lorusso 

Lou, Louie, Sweet Lou, Sleepy 
Lou 

Rain is the sound of angels flushing. 

-Al Bundy 



Seniors 49 



Elizabeth Anne MacQuilken 

Bethanne, Beth, Mr. Ed 



Charles Mace 

Chuck 



The things we learned. 
The things we will retain. 
The respect we have earned. 

















Will go on from here. 








I need a miracle ever\' dav! 








Friends are forever. 



Kristina MacArthur 

If at first you don't succeed 
CHEAT!!! 



-GD 

There are things done and there are 
things not done. But nothing matters as 
long as you have fun! 

-CWM 



I will always love you. 
Good-byes are never, 
I will truly miss you. 

-K.A. MacQuilken 



Mike Mazingo 

Master T, G.Q. Smooth 

Life is like looking at a lady-the 
beauty is only in your eyes, and ai 
see it differently. 

-Mike Mazingo. 




Nathaniel A. McAllister 

Nat, Natty, Natty-Dred, Mick 

If I leave here tomorrow . will you still 
remember me? For I'm a spirit travellin' 
on now. Cause there's too many places I 
gotta see... 

-Lynard Skynard 



Anne McCulloch 

Slash. Death Angel 

Two roads diverged in the woods and I... 
I took the one less traveled by and that 
has made all the difference 

-Robert Frost 

Wherever you go, whatever you do. 
whatever you say. say. say, say. Say it 
with love. 

Sometimes you're first, sometimes you're 
last, then again you're somewhere. In 
your "days of future passed " 

-Moody Blues 



Scott McDonald 

A body at rest tends to stay at rest. 



Keri Lynn McGrath 

Here's to the songs we used to sii 
Here's to the times we used to knou 
so hard to hold them in our arms 
But it's so hard to let them go 
-Neil Dia 



50 Seniors 



Randy Steven Messineo 

Duke 

m will find that, as a rule, those who 
romplained about the w ay the ball 
bounces are usually the ones who 
dropped it. 



"Wanna eo!! 



-Me 



Karyn E. Mills 

Ms. Mills. Kane. Witchay. 
Witch 

Life alw a\ s brings us challenges that 
greet our hearts w ith great sorrow or 

confusion. Your happiness like the sun 
w ill play all day. will set in the night. 

w ill return again when the dawn breaks. 

-S.L. Stvgar 



Kathleen Elizabeth Mofield 
Beth 

Friends accept me for just who I am 

Not someone I'm supposed to be 
Or something they expect for free 
Do \ ou know me? 

-Anthrax 

Gel outta my salad! 

-Spike the Dog 



Jennifer Elizabeth Nickerson 

Jen 

Why should we be in such desperate 
haste to succeed, and in such enterprises? 
If a man does not keep pace w ith his 
companions, perhaps it is because he 
hears a different drummer. Let him step 
to the music which he hears, havever 
measured or far away. 

-Henr\ David TTioreau 




onathan David O'Donnell 

Jon. Odie 

Rachel Pappas 

ive, love and learn from others, for j j 

•s knowledge might be another man's jf you don t explore be> ond the barriers. 
1"^^'- w hat do \ ou learn? 

-Jonathan O'Donnell _Me 



April DaAvn Parmer 



\Vh\? 



-Me 



Tim Patenaude 



One shot - one kill 





















Dor 


't believe the fair.- tales, the glass 














slipper w as smashed on the stairs by 




















1 

-Me 



















Seniors 51 



Mary Pellegrini 

No straight lines make up my life. 
All my roads have bends 
No clear cut beginnings and 
So far no dead ends. 



Sergio A. Perez 

Serg. Mai creado 

Out of the strong came forth sweetness. 

-Judges (14.4) 



Stephanie Ann Perino 

Prunes, Hoover. Myrtle. Steph 

And I'll take with me the memories to be 

my sunshine after the rain. 
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. 

-Bovs to Men 



Jeniffer Arlene Peterson 

J. J.. Jay. Hiniffer. Petersirc 
JENI-F-F-F-F-F-FER 

God made all of us unique: be proud 
true and above all stay you! 




Laurie Pietchel 

Lotty, Pitch-2 



There comes an hour of sadness with the 
setting of the sun. not for the sins 
committed, but the things I have not 
done. 

-Minot Judson Savage 



Charlene Polito 

Char, Cy, Charles, Charley 

Live for what could be, not for what 
could have been. 

A fool's talk brings a rod to his back, but 
the lips of the wise protect them. 



Heather Polito 

Heth, Mommy 

Before you judge others take a look at 
yourself. 

A fool shows his annoyance at once; 
But a prudent man overlooks an insult. 



Andria Rosalinda Pompoi 

Andy, AndyBubbles, Giacoi 
Nolio 

One arrives at art only by roads barr 
the vulgar; by the road of prayer 
purity of heart. 
^ -Frederic Ch 

Those friends thou hast, and thei 
adoption tried, grapple them to th> 

^ with hoops of steel. 
- - ^ - -Shake- 



52 Seniors 



Adam Shane Preset 

jod, I could be bounded in a nutshell 
md count myself a king of infinite 
space, were it not that I have had 
dreams. 

-Hamlet (11.11) 



Lester A. Pullen 

(The Parson). L.E.S., Renegade 



And SO...I did. 



-June Wright 



Christopher R, Reed 

Crisis, Chris, Topher, Christoph 

If every rose has its thorn, then maybe 
you should pick a different flower. 



Rafael Rivera Jr. 

Pres., Raffy, Ralph. Raf 

People said I couldn't do it. I proved 
them wrong. 




Elizabeth Ann Rivinius 

Beth, Biff, Rudie 

And after all has been said and done, 
ou're just a part of me I can't let go 
- Chicago 



Tracy Romanik 



Michelle Marie Schofield 

Blondie 

" I know life can be so tough and you 
feel like giving up but you must be 
strong baby just hold on." 

- Mariah Carey 

" have faith in yourself, that's all you 
need." 

-SNC 



Jackie Scott 

Jackie 



I can't say to all the memories, but I w 11 
remember: R.S.. N.M.. D.S. 



Seniors 53 



Nicovanna Birdell Shannon 

Nikki, Pookie, Nicovannus 



If you can get the heart . the body wil 
come with it." 

- Nicovanna 



Jacqueline Shwimer 

Jacq, Jacqui, PMS Woman, 
Bertucci 

"TTiis world is a comedy to those that 
think, a tragedy to those that feel." 

-Horace Walpole 



Daymion R. Smith 

Pigeon, D. Brit. Duran-Dura 
Peep-in-Tom 



Character is what you know you are 
what others think you are. 
-Mar\'a Collins & Civia Tamai 



Anny Shao 




Mark Smith 

Mark 

It's not who you are. it's what you are. 



Brian C. Sparrow 



When Renoir spoke of light and dark he 
meant the translucent images that 
pattern themselves into night and day 
and good and evil. When I speak of 
light and dark I mean toast. 

-Howard Johnson 



Jennifer Lyn Stafford 

Jenny, S. Squid 

Count your nights by stars not shadows 
Count your years with smiles not tears 
Count your blessings not your troubles 
Count your age by friends not years. 



Rob Stanley 

Squig, Stanley 

Everybody says how bad they want 
leave this place. But who really waii 

go- 

-Purple Pe 

If it is dark turn on the light. 



54 Seniors 



When you're slapped you'll take it and 
like it. 

-Sam Spade 



Eric Swenson 

ipi, Swang, Swong, Swank, 
stermind, Hormone, Richard 
Cheese, Stagefright 



m just not going to say anything! 

-Eiic Swenson 



Paul K. Swietek 

KAIZBO 

Anything worth doing, is worth doing 
for money. 



Aniko van der Lee 

Ko-Ani. Aamco 

When that distant day arrives 
I know it will be understood 
That friendship is the key to hfe 
d we were friends and it was good. 



David Michael Tobey 

Dave, Tobes, Tobias. Sir 

A jest often decides matters of 
importance more effectually and happily 
than seriousness. 

-Horace 

Common sense is an uncommon thing. 

-Mark Twain 



Zuzka Johanna Volicer 

Zuka, Bazonkers, Duka 

A day in which we have not laughed is a 

wasted day 
I am happy and content because I think I 
am. 



Chris Wallin 

The Kidd 

Love is something you feel in your hean 
and when you feel it you have 
everything. 
-Dedicated to my girlfriend 
Alanna L. Houston 
bv C.W. 



Barry Urquahart 




Patricia Marie Weinfurt 

Trish. Tricia 

Life is a mysterious path which no two 
travel alike 
.And when the chosen path is taken 
There is no turning back. 



Seniors 55 



Francis Welch 

Frank, Python 

Be more concerned with your character 
than with your reputation, because your 
character is what you really are, while 
your reputation is merely what others 
think you are. 

-John Wooden 

So I was cleaning this carpet. 

-Jiin Theophile 



David Wentworth 

Bird Dog. Icepick. Leatherwolf, 
Sledge 

You ain't as cool as me 
but you ain't as cool as me 
but you ain't as cool as me. 

-Steve Richardson 



Stacey Whiteaker 

Static, Static cling 

Ice is forming on the tips of my wings 
unneeded warnings. I thought I'd 
thought of everything. 
No navigator to find my way home 
I'm reading empty and turn to stone. 

-Pink Floyd 



Jennifer Wingfield 

Jen, Pepita, Genevieve, Jen. 
Cana 

Of all days, the day on which oik 
not laughed, is surely the most v, j 




Seniors Not Pictured 

Darren Feldman 
Indrajith Gunasekara 
James S. Oliver III 
Michael A. Zwallv 



Ivan Andrew Wood 

Igor. Ivan, Woody 

People call it magic. It's not magic. It's 
all Physics. 

-Lt. Col. Tack Nix Jr. 



Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball. 



Nejetez jamais la fromage. 



-SNL 



-Me 



Eric Michael Young 

Hammer, Rex, Young, Bud 
Man, Erock-Z. Rock, Young- 
ster 

To my brother Scott. I wish you were 
here. 

How I wish. How I wish you were here. 
We're just two lost souls swimming in a 
fish bowl, year after year, running over 
the same old ground. What have we 
found'.' The same old fears. 
Wish You Were Here. 

-Pink Floyd 



56 Seniors 



s 



enior 



Superl 




atives 



i 



Although only the chosen few got a 
superlative. ever>'one deserves one 
because ever> one is special in his or 
her own way. So, we asked each 
senior to make up two of their own 
superlatives so everyone could be 
recognized. Here's how the seniors 
responded! 

m JIT/ ^ 

- Most likely to stop at a green light: Kristen 
Larsen 

- Most likely to keep evciAonc up with his 
snoring: Nath McAllister 

- Most likely to never get a clue; Andria 
Pomponi 

- Most likely to win a burping contest: Anita 
Bumann 

- Most likely to choke while laughing: Lester 
Pullen 

- Most likely to say "what?": Elina Droznin 
Most likely to get hurt doing nothing: Jodi 

- Most likely to invent his own language: 
David Clements 

- Most likely to fall asleep at his own wedding: 
John Lorusso 

^ - Most likcl> to he neutral: Theresa 
Concannon 

- Most likely to be mistaken for Slash of Guns- 
n-Roses: Anne McCulloch 

- Most likely to go to MIT: Jason Chisholm 

- Most likely to be the next Dr. Ruth: Zuzka 
.Volicer 

- Most likely to be manager of Purity: Dan 
Hunt 

- Most likely to cause an earthquake by shak- 
ing her leg: (Iretchen Ela 

- Most likely to be hit by a car at Friendly 's: 
Lynna Blasioli 

-Most likely to eat everything in sight: Aniko 
Vanderlee 

- Most likely to own his own chicken farm: 
Steve Craig 

- Most likely to be a BFI guy: Rob Stanley 

- Most likely to walk into a house that is being 
robbed: Lisette Alba and Jen Wingfield 

- Most likely to fall asleep in class: Chris Reed 

- Most likely to start his own Wrestling Federa- 
tion: Charlie Bowen 

- Most likely to tell everyone off: Jen Peterson 

- Most likely to hale her boyfriend: Joyce 
Carroll 

- Most likely to be wed in a tent: Stephanie 
Kyvelos 

- Most likely to say "Attention shoppers, we 
have a sale on produce" in a supermarket: 
Brian Sparrow 




Fantasic Faces 

Karen Clancy Jon Holden 




Constant Cackles 

Jaureen Colliton Rob Stanley 



Lovely Locks 

Nath McAllister Knsta DeNaro 



5"" superlatives 






I 



- Most likely to be mistaken for a German 
foreign exchange student: Jenn\ Stafford 

- Most likely to kill a man because of PMS: 
Jacqui Shwimer 

- Most likely to always be a blonde: Michelle 
Schofield 

- Most likely to win the lottery and spend it all 
on one day: Dave Flores 

- Most likely to never get her license: Nicky 
Lanier 

- Most likely to be killed by rioting females: 
David DeSuntis 

- Most likely to wear nther people's clothes: 
Keri McGrath 

- Most likely to he slap[Ted in the face by any 
woman: David Tobe\ 

- Most likely to trip on acurb and bop her head: 
Katie Holder) 

- Most likely to follow the Grateful Dead for 
the test of their lives: Mary Pellegrini and 
Christine Harrington 

-Most likely tohavctcii bo\ Iriends: Maureen 
Collitun 

- Most likely to drive on the left side of the 
road: Daymion Smith 

- Most likely to forget her bloomers: Kelly 
Callahan 

- Most likely to be in a Nike commericaJ: 
Reggie Kenon 

- Most likely to fall in love with her boss: Tina 
Doherty 

- Most likely to be reincarnated as a fashion 
designer for the socially disadvantaged: Josh 
Keroes 

- Most likel\ to he an exotic dancer: David 
Wentworth 

- Most likely to be sick in bed: Michelle 
DiNisco 

- Most likely to say "Is there anymore?": 
Debbie Jones 

- Most likely to own his own blood bank: Ivan 
\\'ood 

- Most likely to own her own candy store: 
Krista DeNaro 

- Most likch to become the next WCW light 
heavyweight champion: Frank Welch 

- Most likely to wish someone a Happy Ha- 
nukkah: Tara Lee 

- Most likely to get married after high school: 
Jen Davies 

- Most likely to fall down 100 stairs: Laurie 
Pietchel 

- Most likely to become a future war hero: Tim 
Patenaude 

- Most likely to be late for everything: Karen 
Clancy 

- Most likely to wear sandals for the rest of his 
life: Peter Ingraham 

- Most likely to be called "Cubby '; Lisa 
Cadotte 




Flaunty and Flirty 

Daymion Smith Keri McGrath 



Totally Talkative 

David DeSantis Kellv Callahan 





Downright Dazzling 

Hope Kennedy Reggie Kenon 



Awesomely Artistic 

Eric Swenson Aniko Vanderlee 



6r ouperlritives 





uniors 



This Is The Year Of THE TESTS 



I hope you rested well during summer vaca- 
tion. Junior year is the year of the PS ATs and the 
SATs. 



Why would you willingly PAY 
to take a multiple choice test on 
English and Math? 

A) You like being bored. 

B) You had some extra money and nothing 

better to do with it. 

C) You want to go to college. 

D) Both A and B. 

E) None of the above. 

The answer is C. Any other answer costs you 
one quarter of a point. But the PS ATs are good 
for one thing. If you're the type that never gets 
any mail, come April that will change. Suddenly 



Albonesi, Bryan 
Almodovar, Josephine 
Anderson. Michael 
Anderson. Stephanie 
Anderson. Todd 
Atkinson, Jane 
Atkinson. Richard 

Baker, Terri 
Berkowitz, Rachael 
Blackstone, Jennifer 
Boffa, David 
Boiand, John 
Boschetto, Margaret 
Boutin, Michael 



Bowlby, Andrea 
Brill. Alexander 
Busch, Caroline 
Campoli, Jason 
Cann. Stephanie 
Carlson, Jared 
Carlton. Betsy 



Carpenter. Krystin 
Chan. May 
Charoensap. Benjawan 
Chase, Geoffrey 
Chester, Stephen 
Chui, Jane 
Ciccone, Teri 



colleges and universities will bombard you 
with mail explaining why their school is 
absolutely perfect for someone with your 
qualifications. Whoever fills the most boxes 
with these form letters wins. 

This year you get to think about what 
you want out of life. Meanwhile you can 
drive around with your new license, and 
enjoy some sense of freedom with junior/ 
senior priviledges. 

Although you're starting to worry about 
going to college, remember you're not out 
of high school yet. As you will hear over 
and over, colleges look at junior year 
grades. In other words, if you're going to 
goof off, don't do it this year. Work hard, 
learn to live without sleep, try to stay awake 
for all three hours of the SATs, and you'll be 
just fine. Really. 








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Colin Ross smiles suspiciously as he remembers that he forgot to do his Phys' 
homework. Why suspiciously? Because he's planning how to AVOID doin^! 



62 Juniors 







Clark, Steven 
Clewell, Brian 
Coates, Christopher 
Cohen. Joshua 
Coihton, Kristen 
Craig, Ann 
Crane, Ashley 

Dallas, Jonathan 
Davenport, Robert 
Davis, James 
Demby, Cameron 
Desjean, Ryan 
Dodge, Michael 
Doherty, Katherine 



Drohan, Brian 
Dubitsky, Stephanie 
Duris, Shay 
Esposito, Michael 
Fehlau, Brian 
Franks, Terri 
Freeman, Jill 



Gameau, Angela 
Gaudet, Benjamin 
Gersh, David 
Ginn, John 
Green, Carrie 
Guivas, Christopher 
Hansen, Jennifer 



Hanson, Jennifer 
Haugen, Jamison 
Henkel, Melissa 
Hildreth, Angle 
Hurley, Caitlin 
Hursh, David 
Jannis, Amanda 



Johnson, Antonio 
Kaisom, Somsri 
Kleekamp, Scott 
Kyvelos, Matthew 
Le. Viet 

Leeman, Patricia 
Lewis, Patrick 



Likosky, Mark 
Lord, David 
MacLeod, Alexis 
Maher, Stephan 
Mara, John 
McBride, Kathryn 
McCulloch. Kristin 



McElhinney, Andy 
McGarry, Matthew 
McGarry, Michael 
Mclnnis, Mark 
Melendez, Freddy 
Mersinger, Elizabeth 
Miani, Lino 



It's feeding time at the Junior Zoo. Who 
wants to feed the animals today? 



These French students just figured out who was making 
the chicken noises on the tape. It was Cait Hurley! 




Miller, Chrisopher 
Mix. Mary 
Mofield, Robert 
Monte, John 
Opalenik, Marcus 
Pamell, Richard 
Patino, Rita 



Pavlas, Michelle 
Pedersen, Alan 
Primmerman. Cynthia 
Risley. Dwayne 
Rivinius, Gregg 
Ross, Colin 
Ross, Matthew 



Russell, Darrell 
Sands. Kim 
Setters, Jason 
Shetlin, Laurie 
Sparks, Erin 
St. Sauveur, Julie 
Stone, Paul 



Tennill, Cheri 
Tobin, Rachel Joanne 
Udell, Adam 
Ullom, Misty 
Veils, Mark 
Venuti, David 
Wakeham, Robert 



Welch, Vincent 
Wendel, Kim 
Wilson, Matthew 
Witt, Jeramiah Nathan 
Woodward, Trisha Lee 
Woolard, John 







64 Juniors 



rian Fehlau is obviously enjoying his Rachel Bericowitz, Kristen Colliton. Michelle Pavlas. Katy Doherty. and Shay 

healthy tofu sandwich. Dave Boffa, is that clay "leatherhard"? Duns, otherwise known as the Fab Five Junior Girls, show their pearly whites. 




Sophomores 



The Work Starts Here Folks 



So you've made it past Fresh- 
man year and you think you've 
got it made. What can go wrong? 

No longer will you be subjected to the ridi- 
cule of a Freshman. You've mastered the halls 
and know the ropes. College and SATs are for 
the Juniors and Seniors to worry about. The 
world looks rosy, the future bright. 

That's when reality sets in. It starts when 
you realize that your homework has tripled. 
Now the real work begins. Teachers were just 
letting you get settled last year. This year, you 
learn the meaning of sleepless nights. Espe- 



cially if you're the lucky participant in one 
of Mr. Reynolds' U.S. History classes. Then 
lunch time comes around and you're still 
sitting in the old cafeteria. Worst of all, 
most Sophomores still can't drive. 

But, seriously. Sophomore year is a 
great experience. However, Sophomores 
do enjoy some power in the school. You 
can push around the Freshmen. You can 
find your way to a bathroom with relative 
ease. If you're good enough, you might 
even know which ones are actually un- 
locked. You have earned the respect of 
being a Bedford High School Veteran of 
one year! 




66 Sophomores 



Aftosmis. Stephen 
Akillian. Amy 
Alonis, J. Jason 
Ashley. Daniel Ray 
Barrows. John 
Bayne. Julie 
Blake. Tricia 



Bogan. Nicole 
Boland. William 
Borshay. Sara 
Brown, Catherine 
Brown. Jessica 
Brown. Sara 
Buckley. William 



Carpenter, Chris 
Carvey. Sarah 
Castellana. Wendy 
Chen, Caren 
Chen, George 
Chhabra, Alankar 
Ciaccia, Carrie 



demons, Kevin 
Colbath, Keith 
Cordes. Benjamin 
Corrigan, Betty 
De Moss. Mary 
Dem, Ryan Alan 
Dick. Benjamin 




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Jeff Weinfurt shows us that the so, ]« 
have a place in Telemedia. What kin p' 
- we don't know. 





Dill. Heath 
DiNitto, Tracy 
Downs, Deborah 
Dugal, Jessica Lynn 
Eppler. Sarah 
Evjy. Chris 
Pagan. Brian 



Fanelii. Carolyn 
Farmer, Kyle 
Faulkner. David 
Freeman. Karen 
French-Fuller. Megan 
Gallant. Matthew 
Hagon. Jeannette 



Hannon. Robert 
Hanson. Siri 
Hector. Stephen 
Higley. Jessica 
Hunt. Cynthia 
Ingraham. Jason 
Jackson, Michelle 



Janian. Gregory 
Jardine. Brian 
Johnsen. Sandra 
Johnson, Christopher 
Jones, David 
Jones, Linda 
Kane, Nicholas 



Kelly, Kathleen 
Kiessling. Ryan 
Koop. Michelle 
Levangie. Jeremy 
Liss. Nicole 
Mac Arthur. Shanna 
MacDonald. Kristen 



Mackie, Joanne 
Maddox. James 
Mahoney. Brian 
Malymeik. Loretta 
Mara. Elizabeth 
Marston. Andrea 
Martens, Katharine 



Marlines. William 
McCune. Eric 
McGrath. Brendan 
Mead. Kerri 
Merrill. Christopher 
Midgett, Christopher 
Mobley, James 



Montgomery . Jennifer 
Moore, Albert 
Morehead. Claire 
Nemey. Cindy 
Patel. Henrik 
Peebles. Heather 
Perez, Andrea 



Sophomores 67 



John Taylor and Chris Merrill launch Matt Gallant 
off into space. Have a nice trip Matt! 



Jeannette Hagon and Kieshia McCant are shiny happy 
people. They must have eaten a good breakfast. 




Reed. Jesse 
Robinson. Tamia 
Rosenberg, Sara 
Rossi, Michael 
Sandell, Amy 
Schowalter, David 
Shamel, Sarah 



Shewakramani, Anita 
Silverstein, Joshua 
Smith. Adam 
Smith. Erin 
Smith-Bridgeland, Jess 
Smulski. Michael 
Stewart, Lauren 



Sullivan, James 
Sullivan, Wayne 
Sundet, Alison Kay 
Tarbell, Kimberly 
Taylor, John 
Thomas, Lisa 
Thoms, Joanna 



Turner, Jessica 
Vatalaro, Maryellen 
Vincent, Chad 
Volicer, Marika 
Weinfurt, Jeffrey 
White, Robert 
Wilder. Calvin 



Willie, Erica 
Young, Jennifer 






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Freshmen 



It's Only The Beginning - BEWARE 



It's the first day of school. The bell rings. 
Students who seem to own the school strut 
casually into class, but you don't know where 
your homeroom is. Welcome to Freshman 
Year! You've waited for high school for eight 
years, and now you're here. Congratulations. 

Of course, it's a big step up from Middle 

School. 

Everyone looked up to you 
when you were in eighth grade, 
and suddenly, you find your- 
self lost in a sea of people. 

You wonder if maybe staying back m eighth 
grade would have been a better idea. 

But not to worry. You're only a high school 
freshman once in your life. It's a rite of 
passage (which is something you can leam 
about in Sociology as an upperclassman 
Besides, you can get away with being late to 

Addison, Edward 
Alba, Caroline 
Alexander. Natalie 
Allain. Danielle 
Anthony, Philip 
Aumann, Christopher 
Axtell. Charles 



Baker, Cheryl 
Bielitz,Karl 
Bittle, Marcell 
Blanchette. Ronald 
Brault, Andrew 
Brennan, Michelle 
Brown, Jaqui 

Brown, Jennifer 
Browne, Craig 
Cadotte, John 
Carpenter, Katelyn 
Carson, Christopher 
Carvey. Christina 
Catala, George 

Cecil, Alicia 
Charle, Linda 
Chase, Wendy 
Chen, Yung-En 
Chilson, Gregg 
Chiocca, Adam 
Chiras, Jennifer 



class - "I don't know my way around yet." 
Or you can act immature - "I'm too young 
to know better." 

Freshman year is a year to discover new 
things about life and about yourself. You 
can do things you couldn't do in Middle 
School. You can hang around older kids 
and pretend you're older too. 

Although the freshman class is usually 
quite fearful and timid, this year's freshmen 
came into Bedford High School with a 
surprising amount of enthusiasm. At the 
pep rally they had great class spirit along 
with the students from other grades. The 
freshmen, having the largest class in the 
school are well represented in all sport 
groups this year as well as in many clubs 
throughout the school. Good luck in your 
future years! 



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Caroline Alba learns that she must go through an i 
period as a freshman. Cute feet! 



II 






Chisholm. Bnant 
Cohen, Gregory 
Cook, Andrew 
Corea, Gina 
Corrigan. Richard 
Craig. David 
Cronin, Michelle 



Crook, David 
Dallman, Scott 
Daugherty, Liana 
Davis, Latanya 
DeSilva, Rhea 
Donaldson. Michael 
Donovan, Courtney 



Duda. Kimberly 
Dwyer. Matthew 
Ela. Elizabeth 
Farrington. Kristine 
Feeney, James 
Fluckiger. Neil 
French-Fuller, Katharine 



Geary. Kathleen 
Gelormini. Corey 
Gerstel. Aaron 
Giannetta. Carla 
Gibson. Kendrick 
Giusti. Matthew 
Green. Eric 



Gullage. Kelly 
Hall. Douglas Robert 
Hansen, Julie 
Hansen, Matthew 
Harris, Shaneen 
Hart. Bobby 
Hartwell. Eileen 



Hanwell. Scott 
Haystrand. John 
Heimple. Christian 
Hirsch. Heather 
Horrigan. Kristin 
Howell. Angela 
Huddleson, Julia 



Hunsader. Kara 
Im. Sewon 
Inferrera. Carla 
Jacoby, Shawna 
Janian, Mark 
Johnson, Barbara 
Johnson. L. Adelle 



Kapuria. Aarti 
Kern, David 
Kinkead, Ja.son 
Knighton, Christopher 
Kovall, Eric 
Kallmann, Jens 
Kyper, Kristin 



Freshmen 71 



Jeremy Nash and Jenny St. Sauvier demonstrate the variety that exists 

in this year's freshman class. Let's see 5ft. vs. 6ft. Kate Leary and Andrea Russo are finally growing up. not to mention growing moustaches. 




Lanoux. Carter 
Leary. Kate 
Likosky, Tim 
Linehan, Nathan 
Lipczer. Kina 
Long, Mary 
Longstreth, Joshua 



Looney, Lisa 
MacHado. Jessica 
Maranian. Brian 
McCormick, Jason 
McAllister. Michael 
McCant. Kieshia 
McCloud, Joshua 



McElhiimey. Tommy 
Mitchell. William 
Molinar, Erica 
Mungia. F. Simon 
Nash. Jeremy 
Nelson, Jennifer 
Paredes, James 



Paschkewitz, Lisa 
Patino, Lora 
Peaks, Tara 
Pearson, Linda 
Perini, Emily 
Perino, Christine 
PuUen, Andrew 



Pulsipher. Michelle 
Ratichek. James 
Reynolds. Joshua 
Richards. Anthony 
Robinson. Stephen 
Ross. Alexandra 
Ross, Gregory 





















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Kino and Aarti Kapuria smile grandly as they take their first few steps towards maturation and the 

Id. Gregg Cohen is smiling a bit to suspiciously. Don't you agree? 




Freshmen 73 



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Administration 



Eleanor Donovan 

Assistant Principal 



William Ambrose 

Assistant Principal 





Robert Hentz 

Assistant to the Superintendent 






Lawrence Canter 

Business Manager 



Thomas Duggan 

Principal 





Joseph Buckley 

Superintendent of Schools 



Raymond Bohm 

Director of Pupil Personnel Services 



76 Teachers 



irum, Michelle DiNisco, and Maureen Colliton take a break from the festivites at 

i Day. Mr- Palmer, don't look so disapproving ! Can grading papers really be that bad? 




Teachers 77 



Mrs. Rainis with the 3D glasses, helping Dave Gersh look through a book. The Gershmeister getting help from Mr. Barbas. you seem to be a tad wet. Could it be that your band 
Mrs.Rainis. Ya! finally revoltedanddecidedtodrenchyou? MaybeChrisCoatesco 






John Judge 

English 
Jim Kelly 

Foreign Language 
William Keup 

Science 

Catherine Krueger 

Science 

Nancy Lehan 

Registrar 



Marilyn Light 

Special Education 
Allison Lohrum 
Counselor 
Kenneth Lord 

Media Aid 

Dorothy LoVecchio 

Secretary in Counseling 
Barry Low 
Director of Music 



Sandra Maczko 

Early Childhood Education 
Virginia Malouin 

Nurse 

Beverly Markliss 

Secretary 

Benjamin Maxwell 

English 

John McCarthy 

English 



Dennis McDonald 

Teaching Assistant 
Jean Miele 
Mathematics 
Eugene Milliken 

English 

Mary Mitchell 

Health Education 
Bruce Morse 
Audio-Visual 



Dorothy O'Malley 

English 

Barbara O'Neil 

Secretary 

Pat O'Shaughnessy 
Transcript Clerk 
Leonard Palmer 

Science 

Floriano Pavao 

Program Director. Foreign 
Language 



Teachers 79 



Patricia Pelligrini 

Social Studies 
Robert Petrillo 
Physical Education 
Jeanie Plantedosi 
Library' Aid 
Anthony Pilla 
Art 

Walter Powers 

English 



Denise Rainis 

Foreign Language 
John Reynolds 
Social Studies 
Paula Rochefort 
Secretary 
Marjorie Rull 
Foreign Language 
Armand Sabourin 
Mathematics 



Deborah Sakelakos 

Science 
Deborah Savarino 
Special Education 
Sandy Shay 
Mathematics 
Huberta Sorgi 
Music 
Pat Spinosa 
Program Administrator, 
Social Studies 



Eleanor Stanley 

Secretary 
Richard Stephenson 
Program Administrator. 

Mathematics 
John Sullivan 
Social Studies 
Calvin Tingley 
Program Administrator. 

Science 
Lawrence Ullmann 
Science 



Caroll Walcott 

Reading 
Myra Wrye 

Secretary 




80 Teachers 



Cramming in the 
Cafeteria! 



Ah, lunch! A time to relax, enjoy the scenes from the windows, 
and catch up on gossip from friends. This, however, does not 
happen at Bedford High School. Here, lunch has an entireh 
different purpose. It is an all out study session. 

"Help! How do you do this problem?" you hear someone scream 
across the cafeteria. Books are open, papers are flying, and hearts 
are racing. Whose stomach could possibly digest food now? 

The days of elementary school were so nice when you leisurely 
ate your bag lunch or hot tray. There were no worries, just fun. 
Remember going out for recess, playing kick ball, or just swinging 
on the swings? Well, those times are gone! Instead, people have 
food fights. When was the last time that you can say that you 
experienced a nice, calm lunch? How often does a balled up roll 
of that cheese stuff land in your lap? Don't you recall siting at lunch, 
looking over your shoulder, staring at the teacher who had lunch 
duty and thinking, "Why can't you come over here and save my new, 
white pants?" 

Now students view the lunch period as another study hall. Math 
homework gets finished, tests get crammed for, and papers are 
completed. It's sad, but when you have a Physics test F block, what 
else can you do? 

Jodi Cohen giggles as she remembers a quiz she 
forgot to study for that she's supposed to take next 
period. Oh, well, that's what lunch is for. Studying 
for forgotten quizzes, finishing forgotten home- 
work, and then forgetting that you remembered it. 





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;r Ingraham. just what are you smiling 
Academics is not a funny subject ! You 
w better than that. Now come on, do 
le homework, study for a test. Most 
ortantly, stop having a good time! What 
lou think school is for anyway? 



Marcy Correia. Kelly Callahan. Karen 
Clancy, Joyce Carroll, Anita Bumann. 
Jenny Stafford, and Jen Peterson gather 
for a group picture to start off their senior 
year. 





ULLMANN!!!!! This is what life is all about - physics. That is 
definitely what David Tobey was learning when he drew this picture 
of Mr. Ullmann. 



Brian Sparrow pays for his milk. 
Why is he buying milk? Because it 
does a body good. Namrally! What 
more is there to say on the subject? 



Darlene Burton. Hope Kennedy, 
and Nicovanna Shannon say 
"peace" and hope that their cafete- 
ria food is cooked to their satisfac- 
tion. If not. then the prinicples of 
the w orld might just have to take a 
back seat to their hungry 
stomaches. 



Academics 83 



Having A Friend 
Is What It's All 
About 



Who do you call when your 
boyfriend or girlfriend dumps you, 
you're having a bad hair day. and 
especially when you need that 
English assignment that's due next 
period? Naturally, a friend. At 
Bedford, we have the best friends 
- the ones that care. 

Support. That's what we get 
fromthem. Yourcarbreaksdown. 
so the whole gang rides the bus 
with you. That's a friend. You fail 
a history exam, .so next time ev- 
eryone helps you study and make 



the grade. That's a friend. When 
you forget your vocabulary book, 
someone pulls your desk to theirs 
and lets you share. That's a friend. 
When you peer edit in English 
class and someone always volun- 
teers to do your paper. That's a 
friend. 

School is a place to learn - but 
not just what the text book says. 
You also learn how to have a 
friend, and most importantly, how 
to be one. 




Mary Pellegrini and Christine Harrington lean on 
each other for support. Who other than a friend 
will always be there for you when you're down or 
when you're up? 

Lisa Cadotte discusses Australia with exhange 
student Rachel Pappas. World wide friendships 
are some of the most valuable that a person can 
have. Lisa is a proud sponsor of AFS because it 
has brought Rachel here to America. 



Maureen Devlin and Jen Carson are trying to 
discover what the surprise is in the Surprise 
Casserole. Just as a good friend would. 
Maureen is offering to taste it first. Much to 
her dismay, Jen actually accepted her offer. 
Ughl 




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Academics 85 



PRANKS-What 

Would We Do 
Without Them? 



How many times have you walked 
up the stairs at the end of the year, 
looked at your hand, and seen green, 
slimy, gloppy toothpaste? The answer 
to this mystery is SENIOR PRANKS. 

Senior Pranks aren't encouraged or 
acknowledged by the handbook, but 
they do exist. There are some positive 
points to the atrocious senior pranks. 
Last year classes celebrated when the 
fire alarm went off - twice in a row. The 
freshmen have not yet experienced these 
wonderful pranks, but they have dealt 
with those times when the fire alarm has 
been pulled, when a dead fish has ap- 
peared in their locker, or when their 
locks have miraculously been reversed 
on their lockers. 

To help out these freshmen, the year- 
book staff has composed a fool-proof 
"Avoid The Senior Pranks" list. Just 



follow these easy steps, and you 
can have clean hands the whole 
year round. By the way, this list 
could very easily be helpful to the 
older students as well - you never 
know when some maple syrup 
might appear on a handrail. 

1. Never use your hands on the 
handrails - or walls, doorknobs, 
lockers, etc. 

2. Keep a pair of scissors in 
your friend's locker. Sometimes 
you could return from a class and 
find your lock beautifully wrapped 
in masking tape. This is not fun. 

3. Always, always, look be- 
fore you sit down. Trust us. 

With these steps you can eas- 
ily avoid the senior pranks, as 
well as any others that might oc- 
cur over the course of the year. 



Josh Keroes, senior prankster extraordanaire, prepares to pull 
yet another fire alarm. If he succeeds, he will remove himself 
and several of his classmates from a searing Sabourin math 
test. 





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riag Gottlieb stands in front of the Bedford High 
chool buccaneer as he debates on how he can 
ossibly steal it as a really cute senior prank. 




mM.m 








Mr 



Daymion Smith is in Josh Keroes' math class and he 
studied very hard and he really wants to take the test. 
So, he's going to beat Josh at his own game. Who will 
win? Josh with the alarm or Daymion with the extin- 
guisher? Will we ever find out? Why is jello always 
a sickening color? And do we really care? 



Academics 87 



Katie Holden and Jen Wingfield smile prettily 
for the camera. Girls, what exactly are you 
smiling about? You are sitting in a crowded 
lunchroom, in the middle of the week, w ith 
tons of work to do. Oh. I know. You're 
seniors!!!! 




Lester Pullen flexes his incredible muscles 
as Lynna Blasioli stares admiringly. Jane 
Atkinson, still only a junior, gazes 
amazedly. She has not yet begun to under- 
stand the interworkings of a senior male's 
mind. By the way, nice biceps, Lester! 



88 Academics 




Howdy Dave DeSantis! Spiffy hat. but 
what are you doing wearing the old band 
hats? Trying to attract more girls to your 
harem? Well, try wearing the uniform that 
goes with it and see if your luck improves. 
Actually, let us warn you now, it won't. 



I 




iHaiAJlAkai 



Callahan and Anita Bumann take 
nal, flying leap into their senior year, 
at how they can go. Whatever will 
and in???? 




Sarah Higham. Liana Doherty. Kate Geary, and 
Beth Ela smile broadly as they contemplate the 
beginning of their freshman year at Bedford High 
School. Little do they know that while things may 
seem nice and dandy now. a year or tw o down the 
road it will all seem like a distant memory. 



Academics 89 



Going into this season, the 1991 
Bedford High School football team 
had much working against them. 
With only two returning starters from 
1990. many wondered if this team 
would win a game. A 26-14 thrash- 
ing of Boston Latin rapidly put that 
prospect to rest. 

Senior Co-Captains Reggie 
Kenon and Charlie Bowen led a 
young team against some of the top 
teams in the state. Colin Ross led the 
team in receiving and rushing yard- 
age. Senior Jason Chisholm and 
Juniors John Ginn and Scott 
Kleekamp anchored a defense that 
as the season progressed, showed 
tremendous improvement. 

For all persons present, the emo- 
tional victory over Boston Latin was 
a dramatically breathtaking game. 
After the third quarter, a 7-6 Buc 
halftime lead became a 26-6 margin. 
Homecoming versus Newton South 
also produced an exciting fourth 
quarter triumph. 

Though the Bucs had their wins. 

Varsity Football First Row: John Ginn, 
Colin Ross, Scott Kleekamp. Matt Knell, 
Alouise Ibouanga, Co-Captain Charlie 
Bowen, Co-Captain Reggie Kenon, Jason 
Chisholm, Ed Amaya, Brian Grof, Injo 
Gunasekara. Second Row: Paul Stone, 
Jason Setters, Vin Welch, Teri Ciccone, 
Rich Atkinson, Pat Lewis. Rob Daven- 
port, Matt Wilson, Eric Swenson. Third 
Row: Mike Smulski. Viet Le, Chip 
Mofield. Brendan McGrath, David Lord, 
Keoni Monte, Marcus Harris, Chris Fanner. 
Chad Vincent, Eric McCune. Fourth Row: 
Chris Carpenter, Ryan Dern, Kevin 
Clemons, Chris Midgett, Matt Gallant, John 
Taylor, Jim Sullivan, Jim Mobley, George 
Chen. 



there were also two heartbreaking 
games. A 14-7 loss to Archbishop 
Williams was a tough defeat for the 
underdog Bucs. Later in the season, the 
men on the grid iron were barely edged 
by Randolph, in a nailbiter, 14-9. 

The highly ranked team from 
Randolph had all they could handle 
with the Bucs. At the end of the first 
half, the Bucs led 7-0. At the end of the 
third quarter, they only trailed 14-7, 
Bedford would not quit. The Bucs fell 
inches short of a victory, as Colin Ross 
was tackled on Randolph's two foot line 
on fourth down, with time running out. 

At the least, this Buccanneer team 
was exciting. Reggie Kenon's record of 
three returns for touchdowns and the 
youthful, emotional play of the team 
helped to produce unexpected results. 
This team had immeasurable class and 
in the years to come, its returning play- 
ers will be extremely successful. There 
are some people who will never forget 
this team and its tremendous sense of 
family. GOOD LUCK GUYS!!!! 




P o m 



Chip Mofield makes a dash for the goal 
line. Will he make it? 




92 Sports 




The Buccaneers prepare to line up. Hopefully, their 
carefully planned move will work. 



Quarterback Charlie Bowen awaits an open man. Pass it 
Chuck! 




Sports 93 



Chicks With Sticks 



A competetive field hockey team? 
Yes. happy readers, that's right! The 
field hockey team gave all of their 
competitors (well, maybe not 
Weston!) a run for their money with 
only three games in which more than 
two goals were scored against them. 

The field hockey team has long 
been maligned for its rather sad 
record, but this year, the girls showed 
everyone just how good they really 
could be. The team performed amaz- 
ingly well, frustrating their oppo- 
nents with aggressive, relentless play. 
Bedford often controlled the action 
for much of the game. According the 
Miss G, "This is the best team I've 
seen in many, many years." Led by 
inspirational captains Maureen 
Colliton, Michelle DiNisco, and 
Zuzka Volicer, the team truly played 
as a unit. 

Bedford has long been at a disad- 
vantage when playing other DCL 
teams, as most other towns have 
field hockey programs beginning in 
middle and even elementary school. 
However, this year's team maxi- 

Varsity Field Hockey First Row: Tri- 
Captains: Michelle DiNisco, Maureen 
Colliton. Zuzka Volicer. Second Row: 
Keri McGrath, Stephanie Kyvelos. 
Gretchen Ela, Marcy Correia, Karen 
Clancy. Third Row: Kristen Colliton. 
Mary Mix, Shay Duris, Mandy Jannis. 
Stephanie Dubitsky. Ten Franks. Mich- 
elle Pavlas. 



mized their skills and experience, 
practiced hard, and came close to 
winning many of its games. With a 
grand total of six draws, the team 
probably broke the record for num- 
ber of ties this season. 

This year, the team had four play- 
ers named to the DCL all-star team: 
Maureen Colliton, Michelle DiNisco, 
Shay Duris, and Zuzka Volicer. Mary 
Mix was named honorable mention. 
The team also had four scorers: 
Kristen Colliton, Michelle DiNisco, 
Gretchen Ela, and Terry Franks. 
Mary Mix, the team's goalie racked 
up an unbelievable total of 164 saves 
for the season. 

The team finished the season with 
a bang with two wins in their final 
two games. Playing their last game 
of the year under the lights, the team 
earned a 3-0 victory over Greater 
Lowell, who qualified for the state 
tournament. The field hockey team 
has great expectations for next sea- 
son and hopes to continue the win- 
ning ways they found late this year. 



Junior Varsity Field Hockey First Row: 
Sarah Borshay, Amy Sandell. Anita 
Shewrakarami, Carla Giannetti, Jessamyn 
Smith. Beth Ela. Danielle Allian. Second 
Row: Michelle Cronin, Nikki Liss. Liana 
Doherty. Andrea Marston. Sarah 
Rosenburg. Sarah Shamel. Katie Geary. 
Third Row: Jen Brown, Sarah Eppler, 
Catherine Weicker, Kerri Mead. Amy 
Akillian, Kate Leary, Erin Smith, Lauren 
Stewart, Caroline Alba. 



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Captains Michelle DiNisco, Zuzka Volicer, and Maureen 
Colliton stop the entire practice to take this picture. The 
yearbook appreciates it . 




Shay Duris attacks her opponent with aggression and 
force. 









II 















FIELD HOCKEY 



Weston 0-4 (L) 

Acton 0-2 (L) 

Newton-South 0-1 (L) 

Minuteman Tech 0-0 (T) 

Lexington Christian 1-1 (T) 

Lincoln-Sudbury 0-1 (L) 

Newton-South 0-0 (T) 

Concord-Cariisle 0-3 (L) 

Weston 0-6 (L) 

Acton 1-2 (L) 

Wayland 0-0 (T) 

Concord-Carlisle 0-1 (L) 

Minuteman Tech 0-0 (T) 

Wayland 0-0 (L) 

Lincoln Sudbury 1-2 (L) 

Lexington Christian 1-0 (W) 

Greater Lowell 3-0 (W) 



the wanna-be captains: Keri McGrath, Karen Clancy, and Stephanie Kyvelos. What Steph Kyvelos enjoyed 
)ut this year's season was "getting to watch those football studs prance around in those tight little pants." 



Sports 



95 



Kick It Out Of This World 



"Go Strong!" - Captain Dan Hunt 



These two, simple words 
characterized the most remark- 
able Buc season in recent 
memory. The team swept to a 
1 1 -6-2 record and a third place 
finish in the DCL on a wave of 
guts, hustle, and sheer deter- 
mination. 

Following last year's stun- 
ning run through the playoffs, 
little was expected of this 
year's team. At the start of the 
season, captains Dan Hunt, 
Craig Gottlieb, John Mara, and 
Josh Cohen prepared them- 
selves to head a team that car- 
ried only nine returning var- 
sity players. Yet, as practices 
continued, senior Peter "Robo" 
Ansorge and John Holden, jun- 
ior Freddie Melendez, sopho- 
more Calvin Wilder, and fresh- 
man Ryan Williamson showed 
great potential. 



The opening of the season pro- 
vided the Buc's detractors with a 
field day. An 0-3 start, including a 
sound 6-1 thrashing at the hands of 
Concord-Carlisle, seemingly ended 
all hopes of reaching the state tourna- 
ment. However. Coach David Wil- 
son and his players did not lose faith 
and bounced back by crushing 
Way land 4- 1 . The season still seemed 
to be doomed for failure as the then 
2-4-1 Bucs took on Weston. 

The Weston game proved to be 
the turning point for the season, as 
the Bucs. in a 3- 1 win. unveiled a new 
lineup that provided new spark. 
Williamson replaced junior Adam 
Udell in goal, allowing Udell to move 
into the field, where his presence, 
coupled with the superb play of Mara. 
Dave Clements, Wilder, and 
Williamson led the Bucs to five shut- 
outs in their next ten games. 

Following the Weston game, the 



Bucs roared off on a seven game 
unbeaten streak. The string in- 
cluded a first ever Friday night 
win over Concord-Carlisle and 
culminated in a 3-2 victory over 
previously unbeaten Acton- 
Boxborough. a contest in which 
Hunt played the finest game of his 
career. The Bucs lost their next 
game, but won their next two. 
propelling them into the state tour- 
nament for the fourth straight year. 

In a toumment game marred 
by bad weather, the Bucs fell 2-1 
to a strong Wilmington squad. 
The Bucs dominated play, but 
could not strike a fatal blow. While 
the Buc's tournament run was 
short lived, their season provided 
their fans with a display of cour- 
age and intensity that will never 
be forgotten. 





Boy's Varsity Soccer First Row: Josh Keroes. Dave Clements, Jon Holden, Co-Captain John Mara, Co-Captain Dan Hunt. Co-Ca 
Gottheb. Co-Captain Josh Cohen, David Tobey, John Larusso. Frank Welch. Peter Ingraham. Second Row: Coach Stuart. Nat McAl 
Ansorge. Leano Miani. Wayne SulHvan, Robbie Hannon. John Barrows. Calvin Wilder. Adam Udell. Steve Clark. Mike Ande 
McDonald. Todd Wilson. Matt Guisti. Jason Campoli, Freddie Melendez. Ryan Williamson. Coach Wilson. 



96 Sports 



The Doctor. Dan Hunt, passes the ball to push Bedford to 
another victory. Look at the lines on that guy's body. 
What balance! WOW!!!!: 



Freddy Melendez reaches a HIGH ALTITUDE! Go for 
it Freddy! 





I- SOCCER 



h 



Concord 1-6 (L) 

Newton-South 0-2 (L) 

Sudbury 0-1 (L) 

Wayland 4-1 (W) 

Catholic Memorial 3-3 (T) 

Boston-Latin 3-2 (W) 

Shawsheen 1-4 (L) 

Weston 3-1 (W) 

Concord 2-1 (W) 

Catholic Memorial 4-1 (W) 

Newton-South 2-0 (W) 

Lincoln-Sudbury 1-0 (W) 

Shawsheen 1-0 (W) 

Wayland 0-0 (T) 

Acton 3-2 (W) 

Boston-Latin 4-0 (W) 

Weston 4-1 (W) 



Junior Varsity Boy's Soccer First Row: Jason Tolwinski, 
Jeremy Tate. Corey Gelomiini. Simon Mungia. Tim 
Likosky. David Kern. Mike McAllister. Second Ro« : 
Coach Stuart. Nick Kane. CanerLanoux. Jason Ingraham. 
Adam Smith. Ben Dick. Chris .-Xumann. Mark O'Palenik, 
Craia Browne. David Schowalter. 



Sports 97 




Kicking The Ball 
Around 



This was a rough season with 
a lot of ups and downs for the 
Girl's Varsity Soccer team. One 
of the biggest highlights was a 
night game against Acton when 
the Bedford girls surprised this 
excellent team and tied, 0-0. Al- 
though the girls didn't have the 
wins they needed to make States, 
anyone who went to watch the 
games could see the effort given 
by all of the players and the Coach, 
Lois Farrell. Captains Joyce 
Carroll, Barb Brennan, Katie 
Holden, and Cait Hurley led the 
team through many tough and 
disappointing games, doing their 
best to keep the team motivated. 
With only half the team returning 
from last year's varsity, the girls 
had to work very hard to build the 
strong force they had developed 
by the end of the season. Despite 
being freshmen, Tara Slavin and 

Barb Brennan stretches to the maximum 
as she prepares for another massive throw- 
in. 



Kim Duda played excellently and 
were a valuable part of the team. 
Sophomores Beth Mara, Siri 
Hansen, Linda Jones, and Cindy 
Hunt were also an important part 
of the starting line-up. The jun- 
iors produced the most players, 
with Cait Hurley, Kim Sands, Meg 
Boschetto, Katy Doherty, Jen 
Hansen, Darrell Russell, 
Stephanie Cann, and Ann Craig. 
All the juniors did a terrific job, 
staying powerful throughout the 
season, and will provide for a 
formidable team next year. The 
three seniors, Katie Holden, Barb 
Brennan, and Joyce Carroll used 
their experience to add strength to 
the team. Although winning 
wasn't a big part of the season, the 
girls became closer and learned to 
play the game together well. In 
the end they all had fun and en- 
joyed the season. 





Joyce Carroll dribbles 
opponents. 



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Linda Jones concentrates to keep the ball away from her 
opponents. 



Cindy Hunt. "Is it a bird, is it a plane, no, it's Superman! ! 





irsitv .Socrpr Front Row: Ann Craig, Meg Boschetto, Tri-Captain Caitlin Hurley, Tri-Captain Joyce Carroll, 
tain Barb Brennan. Katie Doherty. Jen Hanson. Darrell Russell. Second Row: Katie Holden, Kim Duda. Siri 
. Stephanie Cann, Linda Jones, Beth Mara, Debbie Downs. Tara Slaven. and Coach Farrell. 



SOCCER -1 



Concord-Carlisle 

Newton-South 

Lincoln-Sudbury 

Wayland 

Westwood 

Boston Latin 

Concord-Carlisle 

Burlington 

Newton-South 

Lincoln-Sudbury 

Burlington 

Wayland 

Acton 

Acton 

Boston Latin 
Weston 

Bishop Fenwick 



1-5 (L) 
1-4 (L) 
1-2 (L) 

1- 2 (L) 
4-0 (W) 

4- (W) 

2- 6 (L) 
0-5 (L) 

0- 1 (L) 

1- 1 (T) 
0-4 (L) 

5- (W) 

0- (T) 

1- 4 (L) 

2- 2 (T) 
1-4 (L) 

0-5 (L) 



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Cross country runners are a rare 
breed. Only this small, closly knit 
group of BH.S students are willing to 
subject their minds and bodies to gruel- 
ing runs, day after day. Barry Dyment's 
unique, caring, carefree, and positive 
coaching style, not only helped the Bucs 
through their rough workouts, but also 
forced them go the extra mile. 

The returning athletes this year were: 
Josh Buckley, Daymion Smith, Scott 
Byam, and Mike Esposito. All of these 
runners saw their times improve con- 
siderably. The new runners were: Greg 
Chilson, Tony Richards. Steve 
Robinson, Aaron Rashba, Daniel 
Ashley, Jeremy Levangie, Naveen 
Wadheva. and Sewon Im. 

This year's team had many qualities 
that set them apart from the competi- 
tion. Qualities that, with time, will 
produce a winning team. For example, 
the time separating the first man and the 
seventh was approximately 50 seconds. 
This demonstrates a remarkable 
consistancy throughout the team. In 
addition, the squad is well respected in 
the league for being the most consistantly 



improving group of harriers in the 
DCL. 

Unfortunately, the Bucs suffered 
several crippling injuries. Through- 
out the season. Smith suffered from 
ankle and calf problems. Wadheva 
painfully endured shin splints, while 
Byam fought an on and off battle 
against muscle pulls. In the last race 
of the season, as a finale to this 
painful litany, Esposito pulled his 
hip muscle. 

Golf is often mistaken for a game 
whose object is simply to hit a ball 
into a hole. To compete in golf, it 
requires intense concentration, con- 
trolled physical coordination, and a 
ton of practice. Although this 
unrevealed side of golf is important, 
the Bucs are just as concerned with 
the other side of golf, FUN! 

This year, Bedford faced some of 
its toughest competition ever. Thus, 
the Bucs' fair record is not one that 
they look back upon with disgust. 
Besides, they don't have to look 
back, for they are enthusiastic about 
the year to come. 




Cheerful Matt McGarry poses forth 
era before he takes his swing. 




Golf Team : Mike McGarry, Todd Anderson. Dave Boffa, 
Dave Venuti, Brian Aibonesi. Matt Kyvelos. Coach 
Reynolds, Alex Brill, K.C. Colbath, Matt McGarry, Mark 
Mclnnis, Adam Chiaccia, Steve Aftomis. 



GOLF 



Lincoln Sudbury 





12 


(L) 


Newton South 


4 


8 


(L) 


Acton 


9 


3 


(W) 


Wayland 


3 


9 


(L) 


Concord 


1.5 


10.5 


(L) 


Sudbury 


3.5 


8.5 


(L) 


Concord 


8.5 


3.5 


(W) 


Newton South 


9.5 


2.5 


(W) 


Boston Latin 


2.5 


9.5 


(L) 


Acton 


8.5 


3.5 


(W) 


Boston Latin 


4 


8 


(L) 


Wayland 


5 


7 


(L) 




I- X-COUNTRY 



Acton-Boxboro 


41 


16 


(L) 


Lincoln-Sudbury 


38 


16 


(L) 


Newton-South 


40 


17 


(L) 


Weston 


36 


19 


(L) 


Wayland 


32 


21 


(L) 


Boston Latin 


29 


28 


(L) 


Concord-Carlisle 


16 


39 


(W) 



Cross Country Front Row: Sewon Im. Naveen Wadhera, 
Gregg Chilson. Tony Johnson. Steve Robinson. Jeremy 
Levangie. Second Row: Coach Dyment. Aaron Rashba, 
Daniel Ashley. Co-Captain Daymion Smith. Co-Captain 
Josh Buckley. Scott Byam. Mike Esposito. 



Sports 101 




Spirit Is The 
Name Of The 
Game 



4 



The BHS cheerleaders were 
unbelievable this year. Their sea- 
son, as usual, began early last 
June. The girls' rigorous prac- 
tices paid off at camp in August 
where they placed first in both 
chant and dance competitions. 
Football and soccer season began 
and the cheerleaders appeared at 
almost every game to cheer on the 
athletes and to boost the crowd's 
spirit. The skillful cheers and 
extraordinary stunts they learned 
over the summer impressed the 
fans and kept the players inspired 
to do their best. The squad con- 
sisted of four seniors, three jun- 
iors, four sophomores, and two 
freshmen. Along with several 
new cheerleaders this year, the 
squad acquired two new coaches, 
Sandy Breitmair and April Fitch. 

Cheerleading Squad Front Row: Co- 
Captains Beth Rivinius, Kelly Callahan. 
Second Row: Lindsay Kohout. Jenn 
Hansen, Jenny Stafford. Stephanie Perino. 
Caroline Busch. Stephanie Anderson. 
Third Row: Coach Sandy Breitmair, Julie 
Piantedosi, Courtney Donovan. Kim 
Tarbell. Jaqui Brown. Jessica Dugal, Sara 
Brown. Coach April Fitch. 



The hard-working cheerleading squad 
demonstrates one of their stupendous 
mounts. 



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The coaches' expertise resulted in 
a vast improvement in the 
cheerleading squad. Part of this 
improvement was also due to Cap- 
tains Kelly Callahan and Beth 
Rivinius who showed excellent 
leadership and motivational quali- 
ties. The girls entered a regional 
competition at Salem State Col- 
lege in late November. This squad 
was the first from Bedford High 
School to ever enter a competi- 
tion and they represented our 
school very well, winning an 
award for being the Most Spir- 
ited. The cheerleaders went on to 
support the basketball and hockey 
teams in the winter. Their excit- 
ing cheers and never-ending spirit 
kept Bedford fans on the edge of 
their seats and led the teams to 
many thrilling victories. 



SWOOOSH!!! 



This year's basketball team got 
off to a very positive start at the 
beginning of the season, but then 
began struggling after the next six 
games. The team was provided 
with at least one strong talent 
from each player. There was no 
major weak spot on the team and 
the only frustration was in how 
the players were being played, 
w hen they were being played, and 
that they were taken out after 
strong performances. Also, within 
the team, players tended to be 
outspoken towards each other 
throughout the season which re- 
sulted in mixed attitudes about 
the team. In spite of this, the team 
experienced many good times, 
especially when they won a game. 
Winning drew the members of 
the team to better friendships and 
unfortunately, losing drew mem- 
bers apart from each other. To- 
wards the end of the season, most 
of the frustration was in how they 



were running the offense. They 
wanted an up-tempo game 
whereas the coach wanted a 
slower game. As one fan stated, 
the style of a slow-down offense 
becomes boring and the players 
become less involved. Also, the 
patience of waiting for an open 
shot can result in a more careless 
turnover. 

The team had a great deal of 
support this year, despite it's poor 
record. Fans came for each and 
every game to support the Bucs 
and the cheerleaders were a strong 
support system for the team as 
always. 

But, as the season came to an 
end the Bucs could still make up 
everything in the State Tourna- 
ment by improving hustle, atti- 
tude, defense, offense, and re- 
bounding against their opponents. 
Lastly, everyone wishes the best 
of luck to the class of 1993 next 
year. 




Boy's Varsity Basketball Front Row: Mike McGarry. Cameron Demby, Chris Alessi. and Jared Carlson. Second Row: Colin 
Ross, Calvin Wilder, Tony Johnson, Chris Midget. John Ginn and David Lord. 



David Lord tries to measure the 
distance from the ball to the net. 



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Colin Ross tries to keep the bail away 
from Weston's defense. Nice dribbling! 



Despite a long arm reaching in to stop 
him. Chris Alessi is able to make the 
basket. 





Sports 105 



L ady H oopsters 



The Lady Bucs started the 
1 99 1 - 1 992 season on new ground. 
It was time to make the transition 
from the low past game to an 
upbeat full court pressing regi- 
men. The blue and white girls 
took the challenge to heart and 
proved that they could run the 
floor both ways. 

They took the first three games 
of the schedule averaging 59 
points offensively and holding 
their opponent to under 40. The 
pounding press became their 
trademark as the team was led by 
senior co-captain Anita Bumann 
andjuniorco-captain Jen Hanson. 
Hanson was league high scorer, 
averaging 20.3 points per game. 

Senior Donna Quinn called 
the plays at point guard, while 
Darrell Russell pulled down the 
rebounds and sophomores Lisa 
Thomas and Cyndi Hunt shared 
center duties wowing the crowds 
with their low post spin moves. 
Coach Maureen Sullivan called 
frequently on freshmen Caria 



Inferrera and Eileen Hartwell. 
They also responded with one 
hundred percent effort. 

Swing players Kerri Mead. 
Linda Jones, Kristen MacDonald 
and Tara Slavin all together 
rounded out the team splitting 
varsity and JV duties. 

Highlighting the season was 
Bedford beating Concord-Carlisle 
for the first time in four years, and 
the Lady Buc's tremendous game 
against Dual County League 
champions Acton-Boxborough. 
The Lady Bucs lost by two, but it 
showed that they could play with 
the best, a morale victory and a 
big confidence booster. 

The season ended with a 500 
record but with an open MIAA 
state tournament format. Coach 
Sullivan viewed the journey as 
good experience for the young 
BHS hoopsters. League coaches 
elected senior Anita Bumann and 
juniors Darrell Russell and Jen 
Hanson to the All-Star team. 




Girl's Varsity Basketball Front Row : Tara Slavin. Donna Quinn, Co-captain Anita Bumann, Co-captain Jen Hanson, and Darrell 
Russell. Second Row: Cheryl Petrecca. Carla Inferrera. Eileen Hartwell. Lisa Thomas. Cyndi Hunt. Linda Jones, Kerri Mead, and 
Coach Maureen Sullivan. 



Lisa Thomas leaps high above 
opponents as she easily makes 
pointer. 



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Fight For The 
PUCK!!!! 



Although this season did 
not have a victory for the 
hockey team, the players still 
exhibited a great deal of hard 
work and determination. The 
boys played many close games 
and strived for the win, as a 
team and not as individuals. 

Though practices did not 
begin well, the team made a 
valiant effort to work up to its 
potential. A meeting with the 
coach changed the general at- 
titude, and from then on, the 
team viewed the season with a 
new outlook. The defense, 
along with a few wingers, was 
clearly the team's strongpoint. 

With the proposal of cut- 
ting the hockey team, this 
year's team pulled together to 
fight for what they wanted and 
for what they believed in. 
Many parents came to school 

Hockey Team Front Row: Karie Mills. 
Bill Boland, Chris Heimple, Mike 
McAllister, Ryan Williamson, Matt 
Gallant, James Paredez. Jeff Sullivan, 
and Julia Farmer. Second Row: Asst. 
Coach Paul D'Entremont, Asst. Coach 
Mike Donahue. Wayne Sullivan, Matt 
Hanson. Dave Faulkner. Sean Mee, Bill 
Martines, Rob Hannon. Neil Flukiger, 
Dan Hunt, Mike Anderson, Brian 
Maranian. John Boland, David 
Clements, Mark Veits. Head Coach Tom 
Griffiths, Asst. Coach Steve Jepson. 




committee meetings and got 
petitions to keep the hockey 
team in action in future years. 
However, the school system 
has budget cuts to make and 
the hockey team costs a great 
deal of money with transpor- 
tation and the cost of the 
hockey rink. Many local cor- 
porations have come to the 
team's aid and have volun- 
teered money. There were 
articles in the Boston Globe , 
as well as the Minuteman . 
trying to gain support. Hope- 
fully, the outcome of this fight 
will be in favor of the hockey 
team. 

At the end of this year, the 
team will be losing some of its 
key players. However, the 
team will remain young and 
nevertheless will have many 
great new players next year. 




I 




An important part of hockey is keeping 
Goalie Matt Gallant prepares to fend off your eye on the puck. Right now, Ivan 
an attack by the Minutemen during a Wood is wondering "Where exactly did 

crucial point in the game. that puck go?" 






Ti huddles to discuss strategies and to rally enthusiasm for the upcoming 



Jim Maddox watches his teammates and prepares to attempt a goal. 



Sports 109 



Co-captains Timothy Callahan and Ten Ciccone pose 
for a picture with Coach Schubert before they rush off 
to compete in a ski meet. 



Katie Holden asks Coach Maczko a question about her 
times. She is simply amazed at how good they are. 
Nice job. Katie! 




Lynna Blasioli comes up for a breath as she makes new strides during her practice. 
Valerie Heimple does a backward dive with beauty and poise. 




110 Sports 




Battle of the HOT and the COLD 



immers take your mark, GO!!! And 
off, to what was one of their best 
i in a long time. The swim team won 
of four meets, but swam hard at every 
he swim team was filled with enthusi- 
)irit, and fun. For the first time swim 
'lirts were seen all over the school to 
1 the fact that yes, there is a swim team, 
aps and matching bathing suits were 
irchased. Sandra Maczko and diving 
kian Maczko led the team to a success- 
son. 

lOugh only four of the meets were won 
buccaneers, many of the swimmers had 
;d for sectionals. Those students were 
an Katherine French-Fuller in the 100 
sestyle, Andrea Russo in the 100 yard 
troke, sophomore Beth Mara in the 100 
ickstroke and senior Scott Byam quali- 



fied in the 500 yard freestyle. Congratula- 
tions to them. The captains were Lynna 
Blasioli, Scott Byam, and Frank Welch. 

Diving for the team was junior Kristen 
Carpenter showing the team what diving was 
all about. She achieved her goal of getting 
over the 200 point mark and also qualified for 
sectionals as well as states. Valerie Heimple, 
a senior, gained a lot of points for the team 
performing some of her best dives. Senior 
Chris Reed joined the team for the first time 
as a swimmer and a diver. Good luck to the 
swim team in the upcoming years. 

The Bedford High Ski team has survived 
yet another season with a light snowfali. 
Beginning in early December with a grueling 
dryland (what do you mean we're going to 
CVS? ! ) led by Coach Morris, the team built up 
both stamina and their desire to hit the slopes. 



Trusting Coach Schubert to find snow, the 
team rode the bus to Nashoba Valley on 
Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays to practice 
for the Slalom meets. The boy's team, led by 
co-captains Tim Callahan and Teri Ciccone. 
chased the elusive league powerhouse A-B 
and their rival Westford Academy. The short- 
handed girls team, led by co-captains Karen 
Clancy and Sarah Shamel, fought an uphill 
battle with C-C the entire season. The cross- 
country team of Sarah Shamel and Carrie 
Ciaccia stormed through the season placing 
well and they competed at the State meet 
where they placed very high at the end of a 
grueling Ski race. 

Seniors Josh Keroes, Karen Clancy. Tim 
Callahan, George Clayton, and Andy Hall 
said that they had enjoyed their time with the 
ski team. 




Ski Team Front Row: Joshua Buckley. Karen Clancy, 
And) Hall. Ten Ciccone. Tim Callahan. Josh Keroes. 
and Adam Udell. Second Row: Eric McCune. Jason 
Ingraham. Stephen Aftosmis. Greg Janian, John Taylor. 
Danielle AUain, Amy Sandell. Sara Borshay. George 
Clayton. Carrie Ciaccia, Jessica Turner, Sarah Shamel, 
and Coach Steve Morris. 




Swim Team Front Row: Chris Reed, Kristen Larsen. 
Valerie Heimple. Rachel Kiessling, Frank Welch. 
Lynna Blasioli, Jen Wingfield. Barb Brennan. and Katie 
Holden. Second Row: Kara Hunsader. Karen Chen, 
Charlie Axtell. Krystin Carpenter. Wendy Castellana, 
Kristen Kyper, Sarah Veldman. and Coach Sandra 
Maczko. Third Row: Sarah Eppeler. Beth Mara, Brian 
Mahoney. Katharine French-Fuller. Andrea Russo. Lisa 
Paschkewitz. Lauren Stewart. Greg Ross, and Coach 
Brian Maczko. 



Sports 111 



)n Your Marks, Get Set, GO!!!!!! 



eady on the left? Ready on the right? 
on the firing line?" asks Coach Keup as 
dford Rifle team lines up to shoot their 
:lay. Yes, they really do allow BHS 
ts to use rifles! Don't worry though, it's 
tely safe. 

lery is becoming more and more popu- 
;se days, and people are starting to 
: that it's not as easy as it looks. A good 
r requires a lot of practice, and consid- 
hat this year's Rifle team has quite a few 
len, we can assume that in future years 
IS Rifle team will carry on the same 
ional standings it has had this year! 
omparison to last year's team, the BHS 
earn this year is quite large. The team 
hed by Mr. Keup who has been success- 
oaching the team for nine years, 
team consists of Eric Young (captain), 
adotte, Aloise Ibouanga, Rachel Pappas, 
jersh, Joanna Jeffries (from Concord), 
larson, Adam Sparrow, Chris Aumann, 
Browne, Ron Blandette, Craig Wiley, 
Tolwinski, John Cadotte and Jeremy 

: team uses .22 caliber rifles and shoots 
different positions. The first is prone 
)n, where the shooter lies on the ground 
he rifle strapped to the left arm for 
less. The second is the off-hand posi- 
vhere the shooter assumes a standing 
>n. In both positions the shooters shoot 
ills," which are calibrated circular tar- 
Fhe off-hand position is the more diffi- 



cult, and can either be the strength or the 
weakness of a team in competition. 

BHS competes against three other schools: 
New Bedford, Rogers and Gloucester High 
School (which has proved to be a formidable 
opponent). Hopefully next year the remain- 
ing members of the team will carry on with 
strength and keep the excellent standing of 
what we know as the Bedford Rifle Team! 

By looking at the indoor Track Team's 
record, you wouldn't be able to tell what kind 
of season it was. If you ask any of the team 
members, they'll tell you they had a great 
time. The bus rides were full of singing and 
joke telling. During the meets, everyone 
cheered each other on. 

Despite the record, there were some 
standouts on the boy's team. Senior captain 
Reggie Kenon, 40-yard dash specialist was 
league champ. He tied the school record in the 
55 meter dash with a time of 6.5 seconds and 
broke it in the 40 yard dash with a time of 4.6 
seconds. The old record of 4.7 seconds has 
stood since 1979. 

Senior captain Dave Wentworth was league 
champ in the 600 yard dash, and was second 
in the BC Holiday Classic in his event. Senior 
Jon Holden was outstanding in the mile and 
1000 yard run. Seniors Jason Chisholm and 
Injo Gunesakara were very competitive in the 
300 yard dash as was senior Ed Amaya in the 
600. 

Junior Captain Scott Kleekamp scored 
valuable points in the 45 yard hurdles and high 




jump. Junior Viet Le was a member of the 
Shuttle Dash team (Le, B. Chisholm, Giusti, 
and Kenon) which won the gold medal at the 
State coaches relays. Junior Matt Ross scored 
points in the 40 yard dash and the 300. 

Freshmen Bryant Chisholm and Matt Giusti 
were a pleasant surprise in the 40 yard dash. 
As freshmen they qualified for states. Junior 
Greg Rivinius and freshman Sean Waldron 
improved their 600 times with every meet. 

The distance squad was made up of fresh- 
man Naveen Wadhera and juniors Amrith 
Gunesakara and Al Pedersen. They alternated 
between the 1000 yard run, the mile and two 
mile and provided points for the team. Yung 
Hsin Chen and Gregg Cohen participated in 
the State Coaches Relays. 

Even though the girls team was unofficial 
because of numbers, they had a lot of talent. 
Junior captains Cait Hurley, Kim Sands, and 
Ann Craig provided excellent leadership for 
the girls track team. Cait Hurley was league 
champ on the two mile run. Sands qualified 
for "states" in the dash as did Hurley in the two 
mile. Freshman sprinters Sharlene Tobin and 
Katie Carpenter qualified for states in the 
dash. Sophomores Carolyn Fanelli (300) and 
Kim Raffa (600) also qualified. Others who 
showed improvement throughout the season 
were Marika Volicer, Erin Smith, and 
Jessamyn Smith. 



Captain Eric Young prepares to take a shot at the Bull. 
He's sure to get a bull's-eye! 



Sports 113 



One, Two, Three Strikes - You're IN 
at the Bedford High School Game! 



Tie baseball team had an outstanding 
I in the spring of 1991. It truly repre- 
a team effort and was also able to make 
t comeback from a 2-6 record to go on 
win 1 1 out of the last fourteen games, 
iach of the players contributed to the 
;s of the team at some time during the 
I. The pitching in particular during the 
Tionth was outstanding. Hats off to 
i Sullivan and Dave Venuti for their 
DUtions in that area. 

e 1992 season should be interesting to 
because there will be no returning 
s. However, the juniors have terrific 



aspirations and are sure to succeed. 

Last year's softball team struggled a bit 
through the season after losing a number of 
strong players from the state championship 
team. However, the team managed to earn a 
very respectable record. Marcy Correia, a 
former right fielder moved into the pitching 
mound where she started for most of the 
season. Marcy's pitching proved to be quite 
strong. Jen Hanson again proved to be an 
astounding player as she moved to short stop 
from third base. Jen led and unified the infield 
with countless clutch plays. 

The Softball team included nine newcom- 




ers to varsity play last year. Hopefully the 
team will be able to build on the eleven 
returning players for a strong season this year. 
The captains for this year are senior Marcy 
Correia and junior Jen Hanson. Marcy be- 
lieves that if they are to be successful this year, 
the team will have to work as a unit and focus 
on overall team playing rather than individual 
accomplishments. 

Both teams had very positive seasons which 
they will remember for years to come because 
of the wonderful friendships and experiences 
that they were fortunate enough to have while 
taking part in these sports. 



Softball 1991 Front Row: Kelly Callahan. Joyce 
Carroll. Marcy Correia. Jen Hanson. Gretchen Ela. and 
Stephanie Kyvelos. Second Row: Maureen Colliton. 
Jenny Stafford. Keri McGrath, Aniko VanDerLee, Katy 
Doherty. and Becca Mix. 

Baseball 1991 : Matt Gallant, Bryan Albonesi, Colin 
Ross, David Venuti. Paul Stone, and Wayne Sullivan. 



Sports 115 




116 Sports 



Just Get It In! 



mis is a strange game. On one hand, it 
ntleman's sport: white clothes, hand- 
penalties for foul language, and a 
ion as a rich person's game. On the flip 
■ the equation, tennis is a bloodthirsty 

What other sport allows one to pur- 
lly rocket a ball at over one hundred 
XT hour at one's opponent? In what 
sport does one see reasonably sane 

diving onto concrete just to hit a ball 
net :' What other sport boasts a more 
ited trash-talker than tennis's John 
•oe? Yup, tennis is certainly a contra- 

in terms: violent, polite, bloodthirsty, 
ntlemanly. But to many at BHS, come 
season, it is their love, 
ce again, on the tennis court, Bedford 



faced the toughest competition in the state. On 
the boy's side of the ledge, Lincoln-Sudbury 
has won the state title for three straight years. 
The girls had to square off against Concord- 
Carlisle, winners of just about every state title 
since the Carter presidency. Despite these 
seemingly overwhelming odds, the Bucs 
showed the DCL that they were a force to be 
reckoned with. 

This year, the boys were led by senior Craig 
Gottlieb, junior Dave Hursh. and sophomore 
Adam Smith. Once again, the campaign was 
orchestrated by the capable hands of Coach 
Deardorff. The boys proved themselves in 
battle, garnering respect from even the mighty 
Lincoln-Sudbury. To what philosophy do the 
Bucs attribute their success? To a man, they 



answered, "Just get it in." In the years to 
come, this amazingly simple, yet profound 
statement will surely inspire the Bucs to many 
victories. 

The girls squad, headed by seniors Sage 
Browne and Kristen Larsen, as well as juniors 
Meg Boschetto and Laurie Sheflin pulled out 
some terrific wins. The squad, under the 
tutelage of Mrs. Aldorisio, proved that hard 
work, intensity, and a great attitude are the 
keys to success. The girls pulled out some 
great wins this year and are looking for the 
momentum to carry them through next spring's 
campaign. 

Both the girl's and the boy's teams showed 
immense growth this year and should be even 
better squads next year. Good luck! 




Girl's Tennis 1991 : Sara Borshay. Stephanie Dubitsky. 
Lauren Stewart, Kristen Larsen. Amy Akillian. Laurie 
Sheflin, Meg Boschetto, Katie Brown, and Sara Cars'ey. 

Boy's Tennis 1991 : David Hursh, Viet Le, Alan 
Pedersen. Craig Gottlieb, and Aaron Rashba. 



Sports 117 



Playing 
HARD 



Lacrosse. It is a sport that you 
hardly ever hear about in the cor- 
ridors of Bedford High School. 
However, it does exist. Some 
time during the early month of 
March to the end of April there 
are actually students with long 
sticks with fish net on the ends 
running around jabbing the heck 
out of each other on the middle 
school field. Perhaps it is because 
lacrosse gets so little attention 
and recognition in this school that 
it has become, in these hard fiscal 
years, one of the first sports con- 
sidered to be dropped. 

Lacrosse is a great sport. It 
requires the skill and finesse of a 
tennis player, the endurance of a 
football lineman, and the speed of 
a track star. The sport is truly 
challenging both physically and 
mentally. It is a rewarding expe- 



rience for everyone on the team. 

This year's team is composed 
mostly of students who have never 
played the sport before. A large 
part of the team is comprised of 
freshmen and sophomores. 

Nat McAllister and John Ginn 
fought hard to have a team this 
year by going to Mr. Duggan and 
begging for the chance to play for 
at least this year. This year's team 
will have to do a great deal of 
maturing during the season. How- 
ever, they are already in good 
shape with two such responsible 
captains as Ginn and McAllister. 
Also, Coach Campbell will be 
whipping the troop into shape this 
year. It looks like it will be a good 
season this year. The players are 
very enthused about being able to 
play, especially after their battle 
to have a team for this year. 





Lacrosse Front Row: Brian Grof. Scott Kleekamp, Nat McAllister, Jim Maddox. and John Ginn. Second Row: Chris Heimple. 
Gregg Cohen, Mike McAllister, Yung-Hsin Chen, Matt Kyvelos, Josh Cohen, Dan Hunt. Chip Mofield, and David Craig. 




John Ginn waits impatiently for 
teammate to whom he can throv 
ball. 



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Runnin^ 

In The Spring 



When one thinks of spring 
track, several ideas probably 
spring (no pun intended) to mind. 
However, "fun" is probably not 
one of those thoughts. That word, 
however, is one of the key parts in 
making track successful and en- 
joyable for the team members. 
You can make new friends during 
practice and cheer on your team- 
mates while they race. This is a 
support system that is unique in 
track, and one that makes all the 
tough practices and grueling 
workouts worthwhile. 

At the DCL All-League meet, 
Dave Wentworth jumped his way 
into fourth place in the long jump 
and third place in the triple jump. 
Darrell Russell won the girls jav- 
elin with an incredible throw of 
101 feet! Barb Brennan tied for 
second in the high jump. Reggie 
Kenon came in fourth in the 200 
while Cait Hurley came in a close 
second in the two mile event. 



Girl's Track 1991 Front Row: 
Stephanie Perino. Karie Mills, Jen 
Wingfield. Katie Holden, Lisette Alba, 
and Theresa Concannon. Second Row: 
Terri Baker. Sara Brown. Apama Rao. 
Teveiee Brister, Wendy Castellana, 
Linda Jones, Darrell Russell. Kim Sands. 
Ann Craig. Cait Hurley. Carrie Ciaccia. 
Kerri Mead, Sarah Shamel, and Carolyn 
Fanelli. 



Boy's Track 1991 Front Row: Mike 
Esposito. Daymion Smith. Josh Buckley. 
Adam Udell, Chris Alessi, and Jason 
Chisholm. Second Row: David 
Wentworth. Jon Holden. and Ed Amaya. 




At the state class meet, Darrell 
Russell threw her javelin well and 
Cait Hurley missed her heat for 
the mile but got there in time for 
the second heat and came in sec- 
ond. 

Other impressive tracksters 
were Kim Sands who sprints and 
triple jumps with the best; Lester 
Pullen, who sprinted the 100 and 
200 meter runs quite well; and 
Chris Alessi, who heaved the shot 
put and threw the discus well 
across Bedford. It is also impor- 
tant to remember the dedicated 
long distance runners: Mike 
Esposito, Ben Dick, Daymion 
Smith, Cait Hurley, Josh Buckley, 
and Jon Holden (he was there on 
race days!). 

Coaches Doherty, "Pete," and 
O'Brian provided support and tips 
to all tracksters - for which we are 
forever thankful (ya, right!). Re- 
lay members, just don't forget to 
"pass the stick!" 






Bryant Chisholm gives the Ions 
try. hoping to beat his teammat 
record. 



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Sharlene Tobin. Kim Sands. Cait Hurley, 
and Katie Carpenter do a couple of laps 
before practice begins. How devoted 
can you get? 



David Wentwonh leaps into the air to do 
the long jump while Bryant Chisholm 
thinks. "Oh good, my record is still 
intact!" 




rley and Kim Sands stretch out after a hard and tiring match. They're 
!. "Boy, this is hard work!" 



Jon Holden simply loves track practice which is w hy he show s up as often as he does. 
He even smiles as he does his laps. What a great guy! 



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Way To Go 
BUCCANEERS! 




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P E C T R U M 




arching to the Beat 



Every Friday afternoon during the football season, it is 
possible to see the marching band practicing on the field in front 
of the high school. This year the band was quite young, a 
majority of the people being freshmen. However, the band 
faired quite well, scoring an overall score of four stars at the 
Billerica Invitational Competition. 

This year's show consisted of four songs: "This Could Be 
The Start of Something," "Ain"t Misbehavin"," "If My Friends 
Could See Me Now," and "Somewhere." Members of the band 
had to be quite adept with their feet. The second song included 
a side to side, backwards move as well as kick moves while the 
third song incorporated bopping up and down and pointing toes. 

The stands music was quite lively this year with the addition 
of "The Shoop Shoop Song" and "Proud Mary." Crowds 
enthusiastically embraced the band at football games, cheering 
for the half time show and dancing to the stands music. "On 
Broadway" and "Land of A Thousand Dances" were two of the 
crowd's favorites selections. 

Drum Major Alex Brill did a spectacular job this year, 
receiving five stars for his performance at the Abington Jambo- 
ree. To top it all off were the flag squad and majorettes who were 
a colorful and important part of the marching band, as always. 

The marching band had a good season. While the band 
lacked some very important instruments such as low brass and 
percussion, they really got it together by the end of the season. 
The marching band faired well due to the diligent practicing of 
its members and the careful instruction of its director, Mr. Steve 
Barbas. 





Drum Major Alex Brill watches his balance 
while band members Brian Fehlau and Laurie 
Shetlin frolic by the pond. Where's the rest of 
the band guys? 



Drum major Alex Brill leads the Marching 
Band onto the field to perform the half- 
time show for a Saturday afternoon foot- 
ball game. 



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Jeremy Nash, David Gersh. KC Colbath. 
Chris Coates, and Kate Leary icick out 
their feet in time to the song. "If My Friends 
Could See Me Now." Incredible coordina- 
tion! 



Drum major Alex Brill salutes the world 
before bringing his band to glory. 



V 





her baton in the 



First Row: Nana-Kyi Johnson. Nicovanna Shannon. Tricia Weinfurt. Angle Tamerler. Amy Harley. Jodi Cohen. Co- 
Captain Lisa Cadotte. Co-Captain Theresa Concannon. Kelly Gullage. Nicky Lanier. Tara Lee. Captain Sage Browne. 
Darlene Burton. Second Row: Charlie Axtell. Meg Boschetto, Jen Blackstone. Katherine French-Fuller. Michelle 
Koop, Linda Charle. Aarti Kapuria, Laura Patino. Mark Mclnnis. Laurie Sheflin. Brian Fehlau. Andria Pomponi. Jacqui 
Shwimer. Third Row: Krystin Carpenter. Beth Ela. Kathy Kelly. Jill Freeman. Craig Wiley. Brian Clewell. Jenn 
Nelson. Katie Carpenter. Gretchen Ela. Chris Carson. Jeff Weinfurt. Chris Johnson. Fourth Row: Mr. Barbas. Kate 
Leary. Carrie Ciaccia, Debbie Downs. Mary DeMoss. KC Colbath. Drum Major Alex Brill, Jeremy Nash. Chris Coates, 
David Gersh, Greg Ross, Matt Ross, Steve Hector. 



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olor quad 



After many hours of summer practice, and practice everyday 
after school, the Flag Squad came through with an extraordinary 
show, opening with their new flags, designed by Mr. Barbas. The 
squad performed routines to the showtunes: "This Could be the 
Start of Something"". "Ain't Misbehavin". "if My Friends Could 
See Me Now", which included both flags and dancers, and 
"Somewhere". 

The Flag Squad was lead by Coach Mrs. Gullage and co- 
captains: Theresa Concannon and Lisa Cadotte. They performed 
at both football games and competitions, receiving at the Billerica 
hivitational, along with the Majorettes, "Best Color Guard." 
The Squad could also be seen showing their spirit with sideline 
routines at the football games and performing at the rallies. 

Despite the cold weather, long practices, and nerve racking 
performances, the BHS Majorettes have survived yet another 
season. The squad, comprised of three seniors and one freshman 
(Captain Sage Browne. Krista Denaro, Jen Peterson, and Linda 
Pearson), enjoyed performing in the half-time shows, parades, 
pep rallies and competitions. 

This quartet accompanied the band with baton routines in its 
repertoire. A swing flag and dance presentation enhanced the 
musical number "If My Friends Could See Me Now"'. 

The driving force behind the majorettes' success is their new 
instructor. Missy Townsend, who coaches the Boston College 
Twirlers. She has brought college-level twirling techniques to 
Bedford that have added unique style and tremendous spirit to 
the majorette squad. 

The graduating seniors wish the best of luck to the remaining 
color guard members and hope they will have an exciting and 
successful season next year. 






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Rachel Bcikowitz gets imo ihe moDcl ot the 
music with her body movements and her flag. 



Linda Pearson leads the color guard out onto 
the field for what will prove to be a spectacular 
show. 



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Linda Pearson, Captain Sage Browne. Kelly 
Gullage, and Tricia Weinfurt stand at pa- 
rade rest while waiting to perform their 
field show. 




Flag Co-Captain Lisa Cadotte stands at strict atten- 
tion. Notice her wonderful posture, her hand posi- 
tions, and the tilt of her head. Nice job Lisa! 



First Row: Nicky Lanier. Nana-Kyi Johnson. Kelly 
Gullage. Angle Tamerler.Jodi Cohen. Second Row: Co- 
Captain Theresa Concannon. Darlene Burton. Tricia 
Weinfurt. Nicovanna Shannon. Amy Harley. Tara Lee. 
Co-Captain Lisa Cadotte. 



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The Blues Notes 



This year's Wind Ensemble is performing more difficult 
music, such as The Finale From Dvorak's New World Sym- 
phony, for the concerts in February and April. It may have 
problems because of the higher number of clarinets, flutes and 
alto saxes compared to lower instruments. Although the group 
did not go on the Music Department trip, it was a good year for 
the students. The band officers for this year were: President 
Andria Pomponi, Vice-President Brian Fehlau, Treasuer David 
Gersh and Secretary Gretchen Ela. They organized a few very 
successful car washes to raise money for new band hats and other 
supplies they needed. 

The Concert Band has grown in size in the last few years. 
They join the Wind Ensemble to create both the Parade Band 
which perfomis on Bedford Day and on Memorial Day. and the 
Symphonic Band which performs in the February and April 
concerts. 

This year's Orchestra is the best one in the past four years. The 
strengths lie in larger violin and viola sections, although there is 
only one cello. A few of the highlights of the year are the 
Combined Concert with the Choir and when the Wind Ensemble 
joins with the Orchestra to perform such pieces as Sleigh Ride 
as the Full Orchestra. 

Chamber Music which is larger this year meets every even 
morning at 6:50 a.m. to play for forty-five minutes. Although 
it is sometimes a struggle to make it to school at that time, the 
students and teacher enjoy the experience. Chamber Music 
performs in the Orchestra concerts and for the Madrigal Dinner 
for which they practice Renaissance pieces to fit in the mood of 
the evening. 





Bell players Krystin Carpenter and Meg 
Boschelto double as oboe and clarinet play- 
ers. However, it looks like they are also 
considering doubling as men. Cute idea! 



Concert Band members Craig Wiley and 
Theresa Concannon skip class to take a 
rest on the track. Does Mr. Barbas know 
where you are? 



Orchestra and Chamber Musi 
Michael Esposito and David V 
break from practicing to enj( 
Dav. 



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Chamber Music First Row: Christina Carvey, 
Andria Pomponi. Jessica Turner. Carrie Ciaccia, 
Krystin Carpenter. Stephanie Dubitsky, Jen 
Blackstone. Second Row: Karen Freeman. David 
Hursh. Michael Esposito. Mrs. Anderson. Sarah 
Carvey. Linda Charle, Kristen Horrigan. 

Wind Ensemble First Row: Meg Boschetto. Jen 
Blackstone. Michelle Koop. Katherine French- 
Fuller. Brian Fehlau. Andria Pomponi. Katie Car- 
penter. Gretchen Ela. Jacqui Shwimer. Laurie 

Sheflin. Jeff Weinfun. Second Row: Mr. Barbas. Charlie Axtell. Carrie Ciaccia. Krystin Carpenter. Mary DeMoss. Jill 
Freeman. Brian Clewell. Alex Brill. Jeremy Nash. Chris Coates. David Gersh. Matt Ross. Greg Ross. Mark Mclnnis. 

Concert Band First Row: Krystin Kyper. Shawna Jacoba. Chris Carson. Jenn Nelson. Lisa Cadotte, Jen Wingtleld. 
Theresa Concannon. Lisette Alba. Craig Wiley. Caroline Alba. Danielle AUain. Beth Ela. Carla Giannetta. Second 
Row: Kate Leary. Josh Longstreth. Laura Patino. Aarti Kapuria. Allison Sundet, Eileen Hartwell. Mr. Barbas, Kelly 
Gullage. Nick Kane. Chris Johnson. Linda Charle. Rachel Stieglitz. 

Orchestra First Row: Kristen Horrigan. Christina Carvey. Anita Shewakramani. Michelle Jackson. Angie Tamerler. 
Linda Pearson. Krystin Carpenter, Stephanie Dubitsky, Jen Blackstone. Jane Chui. Jane Atkinson. Second Row: Linda 
Charle. Henrik Patel, Karen Freeman. Andria Pomponi. David Hursh. Michael Esposito. Craig Browne, Mrs. Anderson, 
Matt Dwyer. Sarah Carvey, Jessica Turner. Carrie Ciaccia. Stephanie Kyvelos. Karen Clancy. 



irector Steve Barbas looks startled as this picture 
• What are you doing Mr. Barbas? Anything we 
know about? 



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Brightening the 
Halls With Song 

On any given day after two o'clock, you can hear the 
beautiful, melodious sounds of the BHS vocal ensembles hard 
at work. As always the groups include Choir. Madrigal. Double 
Sextette, and Show Choir. But this year we have an added 
pleasure. ..the new Men's Ensemble. 

Choir, the largest vocal ensemble, sings a variety of songs 
from different eras and different backgrounds. These songs 
range from Shakespearean sonnets to rousing spirituals. The 
singers in Madrigal focus their talents on mostly a cappella 
literature, and thrilled Bedford citizens at the Madrigal Dinner in 
December. 

Double Sextette is a group made up of twelve lovely ladies 
led by student leaders Jacqui Shwimer and Jen Carson. All 
twelve girls pulled together to give the audience a good show. 
They included many different kinds of music in their repertoire 
as well, a highlight was their rendition of selections from "A 
Chorus Line". Show Choir is a vocal equivalent to the jazz band. 
Mr. Low leads the large group as they perform show tunes and 
swing pieces. Some of these were selections from "42nd Street". 
The Men's Ensemble, also led by Mr. Low. is a new addition to 
BHS. After a somewhat rocky start, the boys came together and 
performed many upbeat numbers, including the perennial favor- 
ite, "Coney Island Baby". 

All of the vocal groups put in many hours of rehearsal to give 
their audiences a good show. Highlights of the year were the 
POMS dinner, the Winter Concert, the Spring Concert, the 
Madrigal Dinner, and the Spring Musical, which was the 
culmination of a year of blood, sweat.and tired vocal chords! 




As Jen Carson goes searching for a dime, Alex Brill makes an effort to explain exacUy 
why he needs it. Jen doesn't look like she cares. How much stuff do you have in that 
purse, Jen? 




Choir practice is always a fun event. Jenny Stafford and Marcy Correia sint 
Don't these people look enthused? because practice doesn't make perfect 

practice makes perfect. 



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hoir First Row: Jacqui Shwimer. Sarah Carvey, Gretchen Ela, Daymion Smith. Julie Bayne, 
arlton. Jodi Cohen, Jen Carson, Michelle Schofield. Second Row: Jennifer St. Sauveur, Julie 
Tara Lee, Maureen Devlin, Chris Carson, Neveen Wadhera, Adam Chiocca. Dwayne Risely. 
low: Jen Tsang, Katie Carpenter. Kate Leary, Heath Dill, Brian Clewell, Brian Sparrow, John 
1, Sarah Rosenberg, Brian Fehlau, Laurie Shelfin, Karen Freemen, Chris Reed. 

irst Row: Jason Ingraham, Jessica Turner, Stephanie Cann, Sarah Rosenberg, Jenny Stafford, 
i'orreia, Daymion Smith. Kelly Callahan, Keri McGrath. Karen Clancy, Brian Leeper, Renee 
I. Julia Estano. Michelle Schofield. Kristen Larsen, Sage Browne. Patricia Weinfurt. Jason 
Chris Reed. Second Row: Angel Smith, Shawna Jacoby , Sarah Veldman, Angela Tamereler, 
itino. Chris Carson, Michelle Koop, Megan French-Fuller, Claire Moorehead, Kristen McCuUoch. 
iker. Patty Leeman, Katie McBridge, Jenn Nelson, Jen Chirais, Adam Chiocca. Third Row: 
a Carvey, Lisa Looney , Katie Carpetner, Kate Leary, Jesse Reed, Lexie Ross, Mary Long, Karen 
1, Jenn Young, Lisa Piantedosi, Carloyn Fanelli, Sarah Shamel, Naveen Wadhera, Dwayne 
^. Low. 

J First Row: Jacqui Shwimer, Jill Freeman, Betsy Carlton, Jen Carson, Maureen Devlin. Sarah 
Gretchen Ela. Julie Bayne. Karen Clancy. Jodi Cohen, Michelle Schofield, Mark Mclnnis. 
Row: Cynthia Primmerman, Tara Lee, Craig Gottlieb, John Woolard, Alex Brill, Brian Fehlau, 
larrow. Heath Dill, Matthew Knell, Michael Esposito, Jane Atkinson, Laurie Sheflin, Mr. Low. 

Wet: Chris Carson, John Woolard, Chris Reed, Brian Sparrow, Brian Fehlau, Brian Clewell, 
hiocca. Heath Dill. 

Sextette First Row: Co-Student Leader Jacqui Shwimer, Sarah Carvey, Gretchen Ela, Karen 
Julie Bayne, Betsy Carlton, Jodi Cohen, Co-Student Leader Jen Carson. Second Row: Tara Lee, 
1 Devlin, Michelle Schofield, Laurie Shelfin, 



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Ja^nguage 



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est 



Bonjour! Ave! and Holal The French, Latin and Spanish 
clubs of Bedford High School have had yet another phenomenal 
year. The language clubs are a great way to meet people and to 
further your knowledge in the language you might be studying, 
all the while having a great deal of fun. 

Activities this year included seeing a play entitled Tartuffe 
which was performed entirely in French. Mrs. Alba demon- 
strated how to cook her famous Arroz Con Polio followed by a 
dinner party and the Latin Club held its annual cultural Film 
Fest. As usual, the Spanish club will be inviting a parent to come 
into the school to teach its members how to dance. 

The year began with the annual Halloween Parties. Students 
came dressed in costumes and competed in many different 
contests. The Latin Club chose blindfolds and donuts as its 
weapons of contest, while the French club had a costume contest 
(won by Lisa "the River Seine" Cadone) and the Spanish club 
held a dance contest. The food selection was fairly uniform for 
the clubs this year: all the clubs indulged in pizza. The devotion 
to language can only go so far in this Americanized society of 
ours. However, the clubs all try very hard to give the French. 
Spanish, and Latin illusions. Students are very fond of these 
clubs because of the new experiences that they can have and the 
socializing that they can do. 

During the year the clubs raised money by selling jewelry, 
matchmaking services, valets for a day, candy, and holding a 
yard sale. Students and parents are always very willing to 
support these endeavors because they realize how important it 
is for students to be exposed to other cultures. 

This year the French club decided to try out a new activity: 
Salon de The du Cercle Francais. Once a month, French club 
members were invited into Mrs. Rainis' room for an afternoon 
of tea, cookies, and French conversation. No English was 
allowed! Students had a wonderful time on these select after- 
noons, trading off the position as host and guest. Overall, it was 
a very successful idea that has caught on with great enthusiam. 

All of the hard work, studying and fun culminated in Foreign 
Language Week. The international cafe, room decorating, 
culture bee, and international dinner were big hits, but the most 
fun came from the "friendly" competition between the three 
clubs held during the week. These included games of indoor 
soccer and volleyball. The outcome of these contests did little 
to quell the ongoing rivalry between these clubs, and all things 
aside everyone knows who the best club really is. 

All of the clubs would like to thank their wonderful and 
dedicated advisors: Mrs. Rainis (French club), Ms. RuU (Span- 
ish club), and Mr. Kelly (Latin club) for an exciting and fun year. 
The students realize that w ithout their devotion and hard work, 
these unique language clubs would not exist and the imaginative 
activities would not occur. 




Latin club Vice-President Eric Swenson French Club Secretarv Gretchen f 



tries to keep member Brian Sparrow in 
line. At the same time, he makes an effort 
to convert David Tobey from the French 
Club. It doesn't look like either effort's 
working 



broadly as she prepares to read ih n 
of the last French Club meeting, i 



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■lores loves Latin 
As soon as he 
1 verb being con- 
1. he breaks out the 
and party hats. 



French Club First Row: Tara Lee, Gretchen Ela, Mrs. Rainis, Laurie Sheflin, Stephanie Dubitsky. Second Row: 
Christina Carvey. Kristin Horrigan, Megan French-Fuller. Maureen Devlin. Jodi Cohen. Brian Fehlau, Barb Brennan. 
Katie Holden. Linda Jones. Sarah Rosenberg, Sarah Brown. Andrea Marston. Wendy Castellana. Amy Sandell, 
Stephanie Anderson, Lauren Stewart, Kerri Mead, Jane Chui, Alankar Chhabra, Teri Ciccone. Third Row: Jennifer 
Chiras, Lisa Looney, Jacqui Shwimer, Andria Poniponi. Jen Carson. Amy Harley, Beth Motleld, Chris Carson, Lisa 
Cadotte. Kim Sands. Meg Boschetto, Cait Hurley, Anita Shewakramani. Sarah Carvey, Jessica Turner, Carolyn Fanelli, 

611 ^^♦'^^^Hi Carrie Ciaccia. Andrea Russo, Catherine Weicker. Fourlfi Row: Kate Leary. David Gersh. Ben Cordes. Heath Dill. 
I\ Wl^ ^^^K Henrik Patel, Sandra Johnson, Jennifer Wingfield, Kristen Larsen, Theresa Concannon, Ivan Wood, Michael Esposito, 
Craig Gottlieb, Claire Morehead, Rachel Tobin, Jane Atkinson, Betsy Carlton ,Julie St. Sauveur, Jill Freeman, Karen 
Freeman, Aaron Rashba. Fiftli Row: Peter Ingraham, David Tobey, Jonathan Holden. 

Latin Club First Row: Amy Duggan. Jennifer Blackstone, Mary Mix, Catherine Weicker, Julie Bayne, George Clayton, 
Nana-Kyi Johnson, Stephanie Anderson, Ann Craig, Mike Anderson, Mike McGarry, Steve Chester, Todd Anderson, 
Dave Floras. Second Row: Carrie Green. Mandy Jannis, Kristen Colliton, Ashley Crane, Michelle Pietchel, Beth Ela, 
Brian Drohan. Pat Lewis. Matt McGarry. Dave Boffa, David Lord, Alan Pedersen, Bryan Albonesi. Third Row: Megan 
Albani. Adam Sparrow, Brian Sparrow, Kieshia McCant, Clavin Wilder, Colin Ross, John Mara, Aaron Rashba, Reggie 
Kenon, Jason Chisholm, Gregg Rivinius, John Ginn, KC Colbath. 
Spanish Club First Row: Sage Browne. Debbi Friedman. Amy Harley. Katie White. Julie Hansen. Mary Long. Philip Toole. Katie Brown. Frank 
Welch. Lisette Alba. Jen Wingfired, Josh Keroes, Aloise Ibouanga, John Ginn, Bryan Albonesi, Todd Anderson, Joanne Mackie, Siri Hansen. Second 
Row: Jen Hanson. Liana Doherty. Caroline Alba, Danielle Allain, Jillian Wiggs, Erica Willie, Katherine French-Fuller, Jennifer Tsang, Sarah Shamel, 
Kristen McDonald, Lisa Piantedosi, Heather Peebles. Third Row: Katie Carpenter. Kim Raffa, Tricia Blake, Cheryl Tennill. Courtney Donovan, 
Jen Brown, Nick Kane, Katherine Martens, Lisa Mersinger, Jossie Almodovar, Sara Hingham, Kate Geary, Mary DeMoss, Sarah Eppler, Dave Craig, 
John Mara, Adam Udell, Jon Holden. Fourth Row: Sergio Perez, Carter Lanoux, Daymion Smith, Chris Midget, Brian Maranian, Mark Janian, Eric 
Koval, Carla Inferrera, Vin Welch. 



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etting Out In The 



AFS stands for American Field Service. It is an international 
organization to bring young people together throughout the 
world. It makes it possible for students from many countries to 
travel abroad, experience different cultures, meet new people, 
and make new friends and have the time of their lives. 

This year Bedford was lucky to get two wonderful exchange 
students. Freddie Melandez from Mexico, and Rachel Pappas 
from Australia. They both spent a year here and we enjoyed their 
stay alot. Freddie stayed with the Wiley family and Rachel with 
the Bailly family. 

You have the option of going on a foreign exchange for a 
summer or an entire year. Seniors David Desantis and Katie 
Holden went last summer and agreed that they had a great time. 
David went to Holland while Katie went to New Zealand. One 
student, April Palmer went to Portugal for a year. 

This year's SADD organization has confronted the issue of 
drunk driving with some new interesting ideas. With the help 
of longtime advisor Mr. Gollis, SADD's leaders (Barb Brennan, 
Kate Holden. Cait Hurley, Nana-Kyi Johnson, Eric Swenson 
and Jen Wingfield) planned many activities for not only SADD 
members but the entire school. They hope that these projects 
will have an impact on students and make them think twice about 
letting someone drive drunk or doing it themselves. 





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Jodi Cohen, the everdevoled AFS and 
SADD member, diligently plans for her 
activities for the upcoming week. 



Katie Holden and Jen Wingfield pause in 
their studies of foreign cultures to smile for 
the camera. 



SADD officers Eric Swenson 
Brennan are very enthused at 
plans for the upcoming year. 



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AFS First Row: Katie Brown. Sarah 
Shamel. Jessica Turner. Jodi Cohen. Lisa 
Cadotte. Katie Holden. Cait Hurley, 
Theresa Concannon. Freddy Melendez, 
Rachel Pappas. Kerri Mead. Lauren 
Stewart. Lisa Piantedosi. Carrie Ciaccia. 
Jen Blackstone. Second Row: Carolyn 
Fanelli. Aaron Rashba. David Gersh. 
Gretchen Ela. Jen Wingfield. Brian Fehlau. 
Barb Brennan. Josh Buckley. Jon Holden. 
Lisette Alba. Josh Keroes. David Tobey. 
Stephanie Perino, Julie St. Sauveur, Jill 
Freeman. 

The SADD group is too large to list all of 
the names. However, this only goes to 
show that the students at Bedford High 
School care about their lives and the lives 
of others. 



■' :Grath. Karen Clancy. Kelly 
lal . and Marcy Correia pause in the 
y 1 way to discuss what they will be 
ng SADD this year. 



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Ri 



ising 



|§[tars 



This year, drama club members are as enthusiastic as ever, 
with the club boasting over sixty members. The club sponsors 
many events over the school year, both performing its own plays 
and taking trips to see professional plays. 

It all starts with the Tournament of Plays, on November 22. 
Each class presents its own one act play and is adjudicated by a 
professional critic. This year, the freshmen performed A Small 
Wooden Horse, the sophomores gave us Two Little Words, the 
juniors showed us An Afternoon at the Seaside, and the seniors 
had A Mad Breakfast. 

The drama club plans to see Little Foxes at the Huntington 
Theater as well as put on the spring play to equal last year's hit. 
Up the Down Staircase. 

Student Production Night comes after Tournament, in Feb- 
ruary. This night offers students a chance to direct, produce and 
act in one-act plays of the director's choosing. The student 
diiectors also run the auditions and cast their own plays. 

Elected in the fall after an afternoon of speeches were: 
Daymion Smith, president; Brian Sparrow, vice-president; Tara 
Lee, secretary; and Lisa Cadotte, treasurer. These officers meet 
every half day to discuss future plans for the club. Since the 
Drama Club is non-conformist, there are some more officers: 
Eric Swenson, pope; Jon Holden, prime minister; Josh Buckley, 
jester; and Barb Brennan and Katie Holden, our mascots. 

Mrs. Sorgi, the faculty advisor, oversees all the functions of 
the drama club and keeps everyone in line. 

Telemedia. for all your news, sports and weather. 

Every morning, a group of students willingly come in early 
to produce BHS' morning show, BHS Live. This handy- 
working group is dedicated to giving the school the announce- 
ments, weather, and daily sports schedule as well as interesting 
segments such as "If you had one wish...." 

Telemedia is supervised by Dr. Morse and Mr. Lord, the new 
Telemedia Aide. The show features Jen Carson, Jodi Cohen, 
Stephanie Dubitsky, Tara Lee, Aaron Rashba, Laurie Sheflin 
and Vin Welch as the anchorpersons. Other jobs that students 
work on include: Directing, producing, audio, master control 
and camera. 

Students are required to dedicate one afternoon a month for 
learning a new position on the crew, or shooting a new segment 
to be aired. Students with unassigned time also spend one period 
a week learning different aspects of the show. 



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Drama Club president Daymion Smith tries 
to coerce Jim Sullivan into joining the 
club. Jim doesn't look terribly excited 
about the prospect. 



Josh Keroes demonstrates the care 
ner in which one should use a te 
camera. Now Josh, are we all 
close our mouths when we filin c 



138 Organizations 





Telemedia First Row: Heath Dill. Jeff Weinfurt. 
Michelle Schofield. Jen Carson, Tara Lee, Tevelee 
Brister, Jon Holden, Gretchen Ela, Lisa Cadotte, Jodi 
Cohen, Rachel Pappas, Matt Ross, Ben Cordes, Sarah 
Shamel. Second Row: Steve Hector, Katie Holden, 
Betsy Carlton Stephanie Dubitsky. Laurie Sheflin, 
David Gersh, Brian Sparrow, Josh Keroes, Aaron 
Rashba, Eric Swenson, Peter Ingraham. Josh Buckley, 
Brian Drohan. 

Drama Club First Row: Katie Holden, Barb Brennan, 
Josh Buckley. Jon Holden. Eric Swenson, Theresa 
Concannon, Gretchen Ela. Rachel Pappas. Second 
Row: Katie Brown. Carolyn Fanelli. Laren Stewart. 
Rita Patino. Brian Fehlau. Betsy Carlton. Stephanie 
Anderson. Jennifer Tsang. Katie Carpenter. Tricaia 
Weinfurt. Craig Wiley, Ann Craig, Rachel Tobin. 
Renee Gameau, Naveen Wadhera, Catherine Weicker, 
Liana Doherty. Third Row: Kate Leary, Erica 
Molinar, Katherine French-Fuller. Jodi Cohen. Jacqui 
Shwimer. Jen Carson. Maureen Devlin. Simon Mungia. 
Chris Carson. Linda Charle. Stephanie Cann. Kristen 
MacDonald. Megan French-Fuller. Laura Patino. Aarti 
Kapuria. Fourth Row: Craig Gottlieb. Peter Ingraham. 
David Tobey. Jenny Stafford. Jen Wingfield. Erica 
Willie. Lori Malymeik. Kate McBride. David Gersh. 
Sarah Shamel. Jessica Turner. Carrie Ciacca. Julie 
Bayne. Anita Shewakramani. Katie Geary. Beth Ela. 
Sarah Higham. Josh Keroes. Fifth Row: Brian 
Sparrow. Lisa Cadotte. Tara Lee. Daymion Smith, 
Chris Reed. Ben Cordes. Alex Brill. David Hursh. 
Laurie Sheflin. Michael Esposito. 



Organizations 139 



s 



erving Your People 



A question frequently asked of National Honor Society 
members is, "Okay, you're supposedly smart, but what do you 
really do?" The answer for all interested parties is, according to 
N.H.S. Vice President Craig Gottlieb. "A whole bunch o" stuff." 

This year under intrepid President Dave Tobey. the National 
Honor Society is running a tutoring service, organizing eighth 
grade orientation, cooking food for homeless shelters, assisting 
parents at Back-To-School Night, as well as raising money for 
various scholarships. Secretary Gretchen Ela led the charge to 
resurrect the N.H.S. Bedford Day booth. Needless to say. it was 
a smash hit for all. In a fit of fund raising brilliance. Treasurer 
Jacqui Shwimer led the November wrapping paper sale which 
tremendously boosted N.H.S. revenue. So there you have it. The 
Bedford chapter of the National Honor Society not only survives, 
but also performs many needed duties in and around B.H.S. 

I'm sure many of you have heard of the Drill Team but didn't 
exactly know what they do. The Drill Team, part of the 
AFJROTC program here at Bedford High School, doesn't just 
flip guns for fun. Actually, most of you have see them in action, 
at the football games in the beginning of the year doing Color 
Guard where they present the American Flag, but that is not all 
that they do. They also attend four major competitions during 
the school year and major parades, such as the Bedford Day 
Parade and the Veteran's Day Parade. Currently, there are nine 
cadets in the Drill Team Program, and with your help and 
interest in the following years, they can make a long-standing 
dream come true. 






Drill Team member Rafael Rivera consid- 
ers how he will present the American flag 
at Friday night's football game. 



The Drill Team marches dihgently in the 
Bedford Day Parade. They make the mili- 
tary proud. 



Barb Brennan prepares to leav 
Hiah and 20 out into the real w 



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Mill lik ^ 



'c .in-Chen carefully molds his plaster of paris National Honor Society First Row: Craig Gottlieb. David Tobey.Jacqui Shwimer.Gretchen Ela. Second Row : Jenny 
3te making? Obviously aNHS sign to hang Stafford, Jen Wingfield, Barbara Brennan. Andria Pomponi. Tara Lee. Third Row: Maureen Devlin. Peter Ingraham, 
is orn. Peter Ansorge. Adam Preset. Sage Browne. 

ROTC Drill Team : Tricia Woodward. Tevelee Brister. Ben Gaudet. Rafael Rivera, Jeremy Nash, Charlie Axtell. 



Organizations 141 



Academia 



Yes, it's true! BHS has a school newspaper! After a very long 
sleep, it has once again awakened to bring joy to many students. 
In an effort to revitalize the old paper, a new literary section was 
added. There was also more news than ever before, not only 
school-wide, but nationally and internationally, as well. A big 
thanks is due to Forum's faculty advisor, Mr. McCarthy, who 
never gave up and was always there to get the paper to the printer! 
The staff greatly appreciated all of his hard work. Long hours 
were spent at the computer keyboard trying to lay out an issue, 
but it was worth every minute. 

Never content to let an argument end, the Debate team was 
very active at BHS this year. Under the direction of Mr. 
Milliken. the team argued effectively at many meets and com- 
petitions. Long hours were spent researching, writing, and 
rehearsing their arguments. Needless to say, the hard work was 
well rewarded, and all of BHS is proud of the work that the 
Debate Team did. 

Math League, a group for the few extremely dedicated math 
students, has been doing well this year. One of its strengths is 
the large number of interested students from all four grades. 
Although the team usually doesn't finish in the top places, 
they've done well for themselves. Even Mr. Stephenson, the 
faculty advisor, is pleased. The goals for this year are to have 
more than six people at a meet, to bring their own pencils, and 
to finish in at least third to last place. 

The Science League has been very active this year, attending 
many meets and studying hard. Unfortunately, the team is quite 
young this year, with only a few remaining members from last 
year. However, advisors, Mr. Ullmann and Mrs. Kruegar have 
great hope and therefore things should turn out well. 




Forum editor Jen Carson is hard at work 
editing articles. The question is: In the 
battle between Jen and the articles, who 
will win? 



^1 




Jen Wingfield, Barb Brennan. 
and Jenny Stafford try to con- 
vince Theresa Concannon to join 
Math League. 



Layout editor Adam Preset considers whi 
he should go home or whether he should t 
the page. Trust us Adam - go home. 



142 Organizations 



1; \!iue First Row: Catherine WeickerXindaCharleXhristinaCai^ey. AnitaShewakramani Jessica Turner. GretchenEla, Craig Wiley Jennifer Tsang. Andrew Schwe 
Second Row: Mrs. Krueger. Henrik Patel, Nick Kane. Ben Cordes. Heath Dill. Peter Ansorge. Michael Esposito, Calvin Wilder. David Hursh. Alan Chharbra. Scott 
I llmann. 

te am First Row:Scott Carlisle. Alan Chhabra. Jeannette Hagon, Nana-Kyi Johnson, Lori Malymeik. Second Row: Calvin Wilder. Heath Dill. Hennk Patel. Aaron Rashba. 
■li en. 

n St Row:Jen Carson. Stephanie Dubitsky. Jon Holden. Josh Buckley. Eric Swenson. Ben Cordes. Second Row: Maureen Devlin. Craig Gottlieb. Adam Preset. Brian 
o\ osh Keroes. 

-L ^le First Row: Chris Carson. David Tobey. Andria Pomponi, Jacqui Shwimer. Gretchen Ela, Brian Fehlau. Second Row : Nick Kane. Jenny Stafford. Jen Wingfield. 
B! nan. Josh Keroes. Laurie Sheflin. Third Row: Calvin Wilder. Heath Dill, Ben Cordes, Peter Ansorge, Mr. Stevenson, Michael Esposito, David Hursh. Alex Brill. 

Organizations 143 




Com-Com-ittees 



Did you know Bedford High School has a Student Advisory 
Committee? Well now you do. This year's committee has 
seven members. These people meet with Mr. Duggan once a 
month to discuss any issues that they would like to bring before 
the School Committee. The student representative to the 
School Committee this year is Dave Gersh. He attends every 
School Committee meeting, while the rest of the committee 
goes once a month. One of the issues the Student Advisory 
Committee brought before the School Committee this year was 
a proposal to replace the paper plates in the cafeterias with 
permanent plastic plates. The proposal was accepted and is 
being researched. 

The Citizenship Committee organizes community service 
projects for the school. They often raise money for charities and 
projects such as Globe Santa. During the month of December, 
the Citizenship Committee collected canned goods for a local 
food drive. They are also in charge of running school elections. 
The Legislative Committee addresses issues concerning poli- 
cies at Bedford High School. Some of the issues they have 
addressed in the past have been class rank, course offerings, and 
requirements. 

Girl's and Boy's State? What in the world is that? Last June, 
Maureen Devlin, Gretchen Ela. Charlie Bowen, and Yung-Hsin 
Chen were sent to Girl's and Boy's State respectively, where 
they spent one week creating a mock state government. Girl's 
State was held at Mount Holyoke College and Boy's State at 
Bentley College. 

The 250 students at each were divided into "towns" or 
"cities" of about 20 people. The citizens of each city or town 
elected local officials, including mayors, aldennen, modera- 
tors, and clerks. Each city and town also elected representatives 
to the State Senate and House of Representatives. Every person 
was also assigned to a political party, which met to nominate 
candidates for the six highest state positions of Governor. 
Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State, Treasurer and Re- 
ceiver General, Auditor, and Attorney General. The political 
parties also decided on a platform of issues. Primary elections 
were held, followed by a press conference where the candidates 
for each office made a speech and were questioned by reporters. 
Candidates for any of the offices, local or state, campaigned by 
making posters, passing out buttons, and many other creative 
methods. 

Each day, all of the citizens listened to several speakers who 
addressed a variety of issues, from careers in the military to 
hypnosis. Other events included a pep rally, a variety show, an 
ice cream party, and a pizza party. The participants learned a 
great deal about debate, compromise, and government, but the 
most valuable part of the experience was meeting so many 
different people and forming lasting friendships. 




Mark Mclnnis prepares to speak his Jenny Stafford grins as she remen 

mind on behalfofthe Legislative Com- the last school committee meetim 

mittee. while Todd Anderson prepares attended on behalf of the Student I- 

himself to listen. sorv Committee. 



144 Current Events 




E n Fehlau opens his mouth to eloquently express 
^ -elf. Something he does quite often with his active 
P cipation on many various committees. 



Girl's and Boy's State 1991: Maureen Devlin. Gretchen Ela. Yung-Hsin Chen and Charlie Bowen. 
Student Advisory Committee Front row: Jenny Stafford. Jacqueline Shwimer. Andria Pomponi and Cait Hurley. 
Second Row: Dave Boffa. Brian Fehlau and Dave Gersh. 

Citizenship Committee Front Row: Laurie Sheflin, BrianFehlau. Sarah Rosenberg, Stephanie Dubitsky. Jen Blackstone 
and Julie St. Sauvier. Second Row: Teri Ciccone, Jill Freeman, Viet Le. Mark Mclnnis. John Ginn. Dave Boffa, KC 
Colbath, Dave Gersh, and Cait Hurley. 



Current Events 145 



YEARBOOK 



Yearbook. What does that word mean? Well, to those of you 
who weren't involved in putting it together, it is a way to 
remember what occurred during 1992 and it is a place for all of 
your friends to write farewell messages. For those of you that 
did have a part in putting this book together, whether you wrote 
an article, typed in a person's senior directory or did an entire 
section, it means much more than that. You will be able to flip 
through this book and show people what part you had in it. Those 
few people who did a substantial part of the work will be able to 
look back and remember the deadlines, the shouting, the panick- 
ing, and the satisfaction of finishing. And finally, for the editor- 
in-chief, it is a major accomplishment. 

This year, the yearbook staff tried some new things. The 
biggest experiment was "The Computer." This year, the entire 
yearbook was laid out on a computer which enabled the editor 
to see exactly how the page would look, how much space the text 
would take, and whether or not the headlines would fit. 

This was also a new year when it came to the staff. The editor- 
in-chief served as the underclassmen editor last year, but she was 
the only returning editor. Thus, the staff was fairly inexperi- 
enced and had to be trained. The business managers coped very 
well, setting up computer databases and getting committees 
together to sell the yearbooks as well as the advertisements. 

So, who worked on the yearbook this year? Jenny Stafford 
and Michelle DiNisco did the color section in September. Keri 
McGrath and Joyce Carroll worked on the fall sports section 
while Andrea Bowiby and Jane Atkinson did winter and spring 
sports. Andrea and Jane also handled the student life section. Jill 
Freeman and Erin Sparks completed the academic section. 
Zuzka Volicer and Nicovanna Shannon handled the senior 
portraits. Stephanie Cann and company did the underclassmen 
and teacher sections. Kelly Callahan was in charge of the 
superlatives and Maureen Colliton and Karen Clancy organized 
the senior directory and a crew of typists who typed the senior 
directory. Zuzka Volicer handled the "This Year At BHS" 
section. Staff photographers included Josh Keroes, Gretchen 
Ela, Daymion Smith, and Nicky Lanier. 

George Clayton was "Mr. Computer" and helped to put many 
of the layouts on the computer. Craig Gottlieb and Andria 
Pomponi served as co-business managers and had their own 
crew of people to help them sell the yearbooks. Mr. Rinaldi was 
the advisor again this year - without him, the yearbook never 
would have made it. 

And finally. Jacqueline Shwimer served as the editor-in- 
chief. She would like to thank everyone that worked on the 
yearbook this year, the people who did odd jobs such as writing 
an occasional article for her, the administration for their support 
and help, and the entire student body for putting up with her 
ranting and raving. So, here is the 1992 yearbook. We, of the 
yearbook staff, hope that you will enjoy it now and for years to 
come. 




Co-business managers Andria Pomponi and Craig Gottlieb had a busy yea 
worked hard selling yearbooks and getting advertisements, not to mention 
ing in other activities (notice that they are not working on the yearbook in 
pictures!). 



146 Current Events 



I 



Maureen Colliton (Senior Directory), Keri McGrath (Fall Sports 
Section), and Michelle DiNisco (Color Section) got close together to 
discuss their yearbook strategies. 



Editor-in-Chief Jacqueline Shwimer 
smiles as she realizes that when everyone 
reads this caption, the yearbook will be 
totally finished. 




Yearbook Front Row: Nana-Kyi Johnson. Nicovanna Shannon. Editor-in-Chief Jacqueline Shwimer. Sarah 
Shamel. and Carolyn Fanelli. Second Row: Carrie Ciaccia. Darlene Burton. Jen Blackstone. Ann Craig. Stephanie 
Cann. Andria Pomponi. and Tara Lee. Third Row: Andrea Bowlby. Katie McBride. Michelle DiNisco. Gretchen 
Ela. Keri McGrath, Kelly Callahan. Karen Clancy, Theresa Concannon, Heath Dill, and Lauren Stewart. Fourth 
Row: Aniko VanDerLee, Joyce Carroll, Jenny Stafford, Daymion Smith, George Clayton, Jill Freeman, and Josh 
Keroes. 



■ laldi looks confused as he ponders the piles of 
pe computer disks and pictures that are lying all 
. classroom. Will they ever be organized and 
" ever know what purpose they served? 



Current Events 147 



This Year At BHS 



The 1991/1992 school year brought many changes to the school, as well as many changes 
to the world. Drinking at dances became an issue in the fall and there were rumors that dances 
would be cancelled. However, the problem was apparently dealt with, and nothing else 
happened. School budgeting problems also arose this year which led to discussions about what 
should be cut from the school system. So far, the hockey and lacrosse teams have been the only 
sports to be cut. However, there is a chance that even they might be reinstated next year with 
the help of many donations from local companies. 

This was definitely a year for the lawyers and the media. The Clarence Thomas hearings 
caused a stir this year when Anita Hill accused him of sexual harassment and everyone tuned 
in to see exactly what was going on. The William Kennedy Smith. Mike Tyson and Jeffrey 
Dahmer trials gave everyone something to think about. 

The economy was so bad that President Bush went to Japan to beg for economical help and 
the only thing he really accomplished was throwing up at an important dinner. Smooth political 
move, hunh? 

Movies caused quite a thrill this year. "JFK" may get new confidential records released 
about the assassination of Kennedy. "Bugsy" raised a few eyebrows in Hollywood. And, 
"Thelma and Louise" raised more than eyebrows in the feminist community. 

Finally, the plans for a new Stop & Shop have been approved in the Woolworth shopping 
center and we are all eagerly awaiting its arrival. Purity has already prepared itself for the 
coming of such an opponent by refurnishing and adding on to the original store. So, now 
Bedford will have two supermarkets and who knows, maybe a new restaurant may even join 
in the fun. We'll just have to wait and see. • 




148 Current Events 




e how awake you've 
sn this year. How many 
f lese questions can you 
[iwer correctly? 

^ lich hasn't been a name of BHS Live? 

uting Point 

i! Homeroom 
' od Morning BHS 

\ ich wasn't a theme for hall decorating? 
Shipwreck 

' arlie Brown's Pumpkin Patch 
I waii 

\ ich hasn't been a musical performed at 
i l;h school? 
gadoon 

1 dler on the Roof 

(:s 

^ ch school didn't Bedford have a rivalry 
ith 

■ ' ncord-Carlisle 
1 5ton Latin 



C. Lexington Christian Academy 

5. Who hasn't visited BHS? 

A. A P.O.W. from Vietnam 

B. The mean and clean motorcycle gang 

C. Michael Jackson 

6. Which sport wasn't cut this year? 

A. Lacrosse 

B. Hockey 

C. Rifle team 

7. Who hasn't been the homecoming king and 
queen at BHS? 

A. Paul Doherty and Liz Welch 

B. Daymion Smith and Anita Bumann 

C. Sonny and Cher 

8. Where hasn't the semi-formal been held? 

A. The American Legion Hall 

B. The Officer's Club 

C. Marshall's 

9. Which sign doesn't hang on the wall in a 
classroom? 

A. People who live in accelerated frames 
don't know which way is up. 

B. Your property is important to you, so is 
mine to me. 

C. Don't write on the desks. 

10. Who wasn't a foreign exchange student 
this year? 

A. Freddy Melendez 

B. Rachael Pappas 

C. Aniko vanderLee 

1 1 . Where did the 1992 Olympics take place? 

A. Barcelona 

B. Atlanta 

C. Albertville 

12. Who fell on the floor and split his head 
open while swinging from a basketball 
backboard in the gym? 

A. Mickey Mouse 

B. Jimmy Stewart 

C. Lester PuUen 

13. Who won the Thanksgiving game this 
year? 

A. Bedford 

B. Way land 

C. Concord 

14. Where are Bedford kids most likely to be 




found on a Friday or Saturday night? 

A. Bowling 

B. The movies 

C. A parking lot 

15. In which class does sex have no bounds? 

A. English IV 

B. US History I 

C. Humanities 

If you answered C on all of these questions - 
you were absolutely correct. Congratula- 
tions! If not. wake up and smell the coffee. 




Current Events 149 



Fashion Fad 
Bedford Word 
Required Book 
T.V. Show 
Movie 

Sports Figure 

Political Figure 

Car 

Actor 

Actress 

Trial 

Dress-Up Day 



BEST 

plaid 
bold 

To Kill A Mockingbird 

Saved by the Bell 

The Hand That Rocks The Cradle 

Majic Johnson 

????????? 

Mr. Stephenson's 

Charlie Sheen 

Julia Roberts 

Clarence Thomas 

Crazy Hair 



WORST 

acid wash 
mint 

The Grapes Of Wrath 

Beetlegeuse 

Fried Green Tomatoes 

Mike Tyson 

George Bush 

Mark Mclnnis' 

Keifer Sutherland 

Madonna 

William K. Smith 

Formal Dress 




IP . 



150 Current Events 



What's 



David Duke lost a race for the governorship c 
Louisiana and began a presidential campaign 



Happening 




America lost one of its favorite actors this pa 
when Michael Landon, of Bonanza and Littli 
the Prairie fame, succumbed to cancer. 



152 Current Events 




This year was all but okay for Earvin "Magic" Johnson 
as he became one of the growing number of Americans 
infected with HIV. the virus that causes AIDS. 



Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis starred in this summer's 
Thelma and Louise , a movie that was feminist with a twist. 



"Mikhail who?" Russian Federation President Boris 
Yeltsin mugs for the camera, his smile overshadowing 
the problems facing his country. 



Now retired General "Stormin"' Norman Schwartzkopf 
directs one of the famous non-briefings that launched him 
into celebrity and his book royalites into the stratosphere. 



3 




"Clarence who?" was the question asked by most 
Americans when President Bush nominated Clarence 
Thomas to fill Thurgood Marshall's seat on the 
Supreme Court. They knew it soon enough. 




Not! Wayne and Garth rose to the top of American pop 
culture as the Saturday Night Live duo made the jump 
from the little to the big screen. 



A new phenomenon was introduced in 1991-1992: 
Prime-time war. Millions tuned into CNN or picked up 
their newspaper to catch the latest censored highlights of 
the Gulf War. 



154 Current Events 



; ill brought the issue of sexual harassment to our 
j uring the Clarence Thomas hearings. 



Quick: Can you identify these men? Probably not. 
Well, they're Democratic Presidential candidates. 
That's right liberals. ..Scary, hunh'? 



Hanky magic struck again as the Minnesotta Twins 
edged out the Atlanta Braves four games to three to win 
the World Series. 




Oh boy. another Kennedy scandal? 
Yessir. this time it was Teddy's nephew 
William Smith who found himself facing 
rape charges. Smith was acquitted in a 
highly publicized trial. 



Nelson Mandela continued to lead the 
t'ight against apartheid in South Africa, 
seeing his dream of racial equalit) come 
even closer to fulfillment. 



Current Events 155 



Lisette Alba 

1 Dutton Lane 

Aclivities: Track 1.2. Varsity 3.4; Concert Band 
1.2,3.4; Spanish Club 1.2.3. President 4; AFS 3.4; 
SADD 1.2,3.4; Drama Club 3: Prom Decorating 3.4; 
Powder Puff 4. Thanks To: Theresa for being 
my best friend throughout High School, for the 
crisis at the movie theater, for always being 
neutral, for being neal and good at sports, and for 
always being there to help me and to listen to me 
when I needed you. Your friendship is very special 
lo mc. Marcy for being a great friend — for pushing 
me into a Sr. Class when I was only a little 
Ircshman! For doing 90 down E wing. "What's a 
iTssuc?" — "Bzzz" — and for always going faster and 
rocking on. Bui, mostly for all our talks and all 
your caring. Jen W. for being a great friend since 
nursery school— for always making me laugh — 

RAN A" — "Good thing I brought my gun!" and for 
always letting me know [ have a shoulder to cry 
on. Jen P. for bouncing in Friendly's — "Incha" — and 
tor Algebra II — what a joke! Beth. Karie and Sleph 
lor your friendship. Craig for being the brother I 
never had. Les for always making me laugh. Lynna. 
Barb. Allison, Mary Ellen. David D., David F.. 
IV'le. and Eric S. for all the interesting phone 
V onversaiions. Aniko for always going to the 
^oiiniry store with me. Michelle — we made it 
ihroii;jli Don Quijote! Keri for playing house with 
mc in fourth grade — I'll see you in nursing school- 
skis-skis-skis. Daymion for being coo-coo. Josh 
tor calling me snelky and for being one of the most 
understanding people I know. Jodi. Gretchen. 
Katie. Freddy, Edwin. Reggie. Jason. Jon. and 
lorgito. Kristen — For everything. Wally for all 
ihc E's. robbers for scaring me. Snoopy. 
Mrs.Dowling and Mrs. P. for all the talks. 
Michelle C. for living at my house, hoses, Mr. and 
Mrs. Concannon, Nickey for always licking me. 
Mr. and Mrs. Correia, Youth Ministry for two 
LTcat years. Chris Manning for being great, and the 
Davidson's Crew — especially Trie i a for the skiing 
jud Frank for all the days off I ever wanted. A 
special thanks lo my mom and dad for always being 
there for me and always believing in me. I love you. 
Meme for all your love. Caroline for your spockness, 
tor always Idling me trick you into picking up my 
loys w hen we were little, for looking like me. and 
lor being the best little sister I could ever imagine. 
Eric for "culturizing" me. You are a very special 
part of my life. Keep on touching your nose. I love 
\ ou all. Lei's all keep in touch. Future Goals: 

Id always be able to smile and be happy. To 
he close to the ones I love. To always have 
111^ iMcnds by my side. To rid the world of robbers 
.iiui Id live happily ever after. 

Chris Alessi 

6 Notre Dame Road 

\cti\ities: Basketball J.V. 1.2. Varsity 3,4; 
li.iscball J.V. 1.2; Spring Track Varsity 2,3.4. 
Thanks To: 1 want to thank GOD for creating 
what 1 have and who I am in my life. I thank my 
Mom and Dad for being the best parents I could ever 
ask for. for being understanding. trustworthy, 
flexible, and always being there when I needed 
you. I thank my sisters Kathy and Maria for 
spoiling me in my life, you're the best! I want to 
also thank iheir husbands Bill and George for 
keeping me entertained when they came over to the 
house. I thank my basketball and baseball coaches: 
Mr. Lord. Mr. Joyce. Mr. Axlell and Mr. Green- 
wood. I want to thank the whole crew at T.J. 
Maxx. Thanks also to Dave Lord, you've been one 
hell of a friend over the years. Mo, thanks for a 
wonderful prom night. Daren Beliveau, keep talk- 
ing Gardner style and keep in touch. Chuck Matlera. 
I want my L.L.Cool J. CD! Dave Wentworih, you 
make my life beautiful. Scott By am. we must meet 
"The Guy". Cam Demby. Jared Carlson, Bourbons 
for ever, no Leon hair stylist! Nat McAllister, 
boy scouts was unreal. Eric Swenson, street wars 
and Makeena forever Phil Anthony and Mike Lord, 
'say hello to my little Friend!" Dave Flores. my 
lilile man. Jon Holden. thanks for being your 
.idmir.ii ion buddy . Charlie Bowcn, Reggie Kenon. 
I.isim Chisholm. sorry about football. Ed Amaya. 
Ill int , tor being a "Brother". Marc "Blake", Keep 
IHiiiij big guy. Darlene Burton and Nana-Kyi 
Joliiiscm. keep dancing! Kim Sands, thai was a crazy 
three and a half hour talk. Scott Kleecamp. nice peel 
outs with your camera. Frank Welch. Chunky A 
#1, Aloise Ibouanga. what those women? 
Mr. Maxwell, you're the best teacher I ever had. 
Darren t-eldman and Brian Albonesi, good stickball 



games. Kelly Callahan. Krista Denaro. John Mara. 
Daymion Smith, great prom night guys! Anita 
Bumann.and John Moiinari, thanks for the junior 
high days. Paul Dohereiy. Oil-Eric Carmen-and 
the Cape Cod. Russ Tomassian. thanks for the da\s 
at Harvard. Jim Ceslrone, Ken Griffy Jr.. all the 
way. Josh Buckley, good thing you came back to 
Bedford pal. Chris Merril. lOx I thank you Keri 
McGrath. Espanol for ever. Dave DeSantis, it's 
been unreal. Andy Hall. yup. yup. yup. yup. a- 
huh. Lester Pullen, you really don't need reverse 
in your car. To my niece. Richelle for making me 
Uncle Chris and thanks to everybody else that 
made my first 18 years of life unbelievable. 
Future Goals: In my future I would love lo end 
my basketball career in college. When I get out 
of college I would like to focus my career in being 
one of the best accountants in the business world. 
1 would like to be happily married, have a cottage 
in Cape Cod. along with a boat, and meet The 
Noname "Guy" of the World Wrestling Federa- 
tion. 

Edwin Amaya 

77-B Scott Circle 

Activities: Hall Decorating 1 .3: Football 4; 
Spirit games 1.3; ACC club member 4; Chess team 
3.4, Thanks To: The guys: Mike B., Bryan 
Taylor. Chris Alessi B-I-L. superbase Dan Hunt. 
Tim "Base" Callahan. M.I.T Bro Jason Chisholm, 
Reggie K.. Afro Country Club. Dave Clements 
skin-to-skin, Lou Lorusso, Daymion Smith, while 
boy Rob Stanley, the chess team and Frank Wekh 
Brad Harris, Nat McAllister. Steve C. Basckids 
Chip, Dave. Brandon. Teri. Chris F.. Matt Gallant 
AKA the ride the pile crew, sleep crew. GPP, 
NCP. Game cocks, "the Godfather" Teri Ciccone, 
Paul Stone "heisman pose". Johnny Taylor, Vinnie 
man. The girls: Anita, Kelly Callahan for the 
hacky sack, "straight bush" Jenny Stafford. Steph 
Perino, Keri McGrath. Stephanie Kyvelos for 
being such a good friend, special thanks to Krista 
Denaro for being a BUSH and JERK! I hate you. 
you're such a jerk! Zuzka for teaching me to drive 
a standard. Aniko VanDerLee. Michelle DiNisco, 
Maureen Colliton for being one of a kind and for 
great talks. I'll miss you! Kerry (1991) for the laic 
night talks, Jen Callahan for being unique and lor 
some great advice. Hope Kennedy. P. Gullage. 
Nana-Kyi and Darlene. Laurie P. Karen Clancy: and 
you thought I was going to forget you. No Way! 
Lisette. all the underclassmen that I know. And 
thanks to my parents for raising me the right way. 
keeping me in the right direction, and a very, very, 
very special thanks lo Lou and Jose for being such 
pains. For the car and giving me hell. Thanks to 
anybody I'd known but might have forgotten, you 
guys count! The years have been great! Thanks, 
Future Goals: To graduate from a four year 
college. Hopefully get a degree in engineering, 
establish my own bushuals-Dedicated to cutting 
hushes only, and to live a nice clean life. 

Peter Ansorge 

7 Clark Circle 

Thanks To: Mr. Maxwell. Mr. Palmer, and Mr 
Stephenson. 

Martin C. Blake 

1 Clark Circle 

Activities: Baseball (two seasons); Soccer (luu 
seasons): Job (three years). Thanks To: M\ 
mother and father, my brother Craig. Chris Alessi 
Mr. Palmer. Mr. Maxwell, and Col. Cambell 
Future Goals: I plan to attend college in New 
York, in the fall of 1992. and major in accounting 
and minor in business. Achieve a respectable 
position as a CPA and marry a large-chested blondi. 

Lynna Mae Blasioli 

97 Harlwell Road 

Activities: Swimming 1.2.3 Captain 4; Traek 
1.2; Spring play 1.2.3.4; Stage crew for musical 3.4. 
Art director for musical 4; French club 2.3.4; 
SADD 3.4; Wally's fan club 3.4; Drama club 4. 
Thanks To: Kristen for being my absolute best 
In end through all the changes we both went 
through. Jen {the master of goodness). Barb and 
Kalie for being three wonderful friends who stuck 
by me whenever I needed someone on my side, Eric 
for being one of my best friends who I alwa\s 
knew would cheer me up with his sense of humor. 
Lester's house because without those late night 
study groups at his house I never would have made 
it through Advanced Chemistry. Les I just warn 
to let you know how SWEET you are. 1 also thank 



Pete I. for trying to help me with Humanities a 
Adv. Chem. even though nothing could help n 
Jon for having such wonderful driving habi 
Vinnie and Frankie for knowing first aid. Dave 
(Blue) and Dave W. — for his exotic dancing skil 
Jodi for being the best George I k now besides n 
Lisa for making sure I knew that cheerful w 
better. Ivan for giving me someone to beat on in 
class. Theresa for her annoying shopping hah 
that I will never forget about (Prom dressc 
Lisette for someone I knew I could be a h 
influence on. Kim for being my long lost lu 
sister. Oh — I can't forget about Josh B. for bei. 
such an annoying locker neighbor. Amelia for ben 
such a good little pet, Papa Gino's for having grc 
croutons. Wally Wagon for making sure I got fro 
point A to point B while making the loudest noi 
possible to alert everyone that I was comir. 
Wally for showing me that English is a wondert 
subject (Ha, ha. ha!), and last but not least n 
wonderful family — Mom and Dad you are the be 
parents I could ever want. Lisa — for most of n 
wardrobe that came from your closet and Lori t 
acting like my second mother when you come hor 
from college. Future Goals: To sometime in r 
life be able to dance like Dave Wentworih. To o 
a small car that is as wonderful as Wally's. 
someday understand the basics of Advanced Che 
isiry. To write a book on what is and is not funr 
To make the Bedford Police log one more tn 
before 1 die. And lastly, lo lead a wonderful :i 
humorous life and to marry a handsome man ins; 
nf a gazebo. 

Nicola Bobrinitz 

95A Scotl Circle 

Thanks To: A special thanks to my family ! 
all their love and support through all of my hi 
school years. Thanks Tarnia for being such 
awesome friend and good luck in the future w 
Ron. Thanks Darlene for sharing my B-day vi 
me. So every March 21sl I'll think of you. Nii. 
L. it was great gossiping with you every mornin 
Nickovanna. Darlene. and Tarnia don't forget An 
are the best to be. Thanks to everyone in my .Man 
Biology and my humanities class. Thanks to n 
senior buddies in health (Julia. Kristina. Nat ai 
Tracy). Julia don't forget your two scoops eve 
day . Double period early childhood girls it's be 
( un riding the bus together. Thanks to Bryant 
didn't forget you. keep on dancin'l Jason K. you" 
a cool kid, Angie (mushroom head). Thanks cla 
of '92! Future Goals: My future goals inclui 
college, for there I will further my education 
children. I would eventually like to work in 
hospital where all of the newborn go. 

Charlie Bowen 

1 1 Fox Run Road 

Activities: Football 1 ,2.3 Captain 4; Gre 
1.2.3. intense 4; Lowell Memorial Auditonu 
Fanclub 3.4; Funnel Team 10! 3.4; Great Spa 
Coasters Basketball Team 3.4. Thanks To: 
family: the '90 football team; the '91 footb. 
team: Grover. Jason (21 Bootleg Pass). Reggie (tal 
what they give you) thanks for sticking by m 
O'Connors Hardware; Dave (chicken weiners) ; 
Josh for funneling; Feldman and Francis tor fani 
sports and stars. Packer for teaching me funnelin 
Barry 'O'; Scott Byam; the regulators; Dave Flore 
Dave Wentworih; Marcy for her drug lectur 
Zuzka tor my ruler; Karen "Dead Horse" Clancy I 
everything; Analysis 4 crew; Brian Ting; Hold 
lor Moosehead Lake; Craig Wiley for worshi 
ping me; Aloise; Tim McNeany for being great; ai 
my tag team partner Scott (unknown #2) Kleekam 
Good luck John Ginn, Colin. Pat. Chip, ai 
TopCat. Future Goals: Go to college, go w 
for Vince McMahon with the WWF. get nc 
manage Barry O.. run for president, rule the worl 
retire, and go live in the mountains. Oh yeah, a' 
do the much heralded two story funnel. 

Barbara Brennan 

14 Pope Terrace 

Activities: Soccer 1.2 Varsity 3.4 captain 
Varsity Spring Track 1 ,2.3.4; Varsity winter trai 
2.3; French club 2.3.4; SADD 2.3,4; AFS 2..V 
NHS 3.4: Drama club 4; Musical 3.4; Sludc 
Production Night 3.4; Swim team 4; Talent she 
3.4; Hall decorating 2.3.4; Dole club 3.4; You 
ministries 3.4; CYO 1 ; Prom decorating 3; P' 
leadership school program 3.4; Big sister progra 
3.4; Spirit games 1.2.3: Dollars for scholars 2..^ 
Thanks To: Katie H. for being the best pers 
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descent; Jen for being so close; Lynna B. for leiting 
us all know what's funny and what's not: Eric S. 
for being Muffin; Lester P. for always playing 
"my" song upon request; Dave F. for warning me 
about plaid bed bugs and never letting me watch 
milk maids; Dave W. for advising me on how to 
do my homework; Pete I. for just being Pete and 
nobody else; Josh K. for being the weirdest person 
I've ever met; Josh B. for being my bro; Theresa 
C. for being Cundo; Monica H. for driving me so 
many places and for being so fun; Tricia M. for being 
mv ultimate partner in soccer; Joe S. for being an 
awesome person and for always making a point to 
remind me that 2-0-2: Rachel C. for being so fast 
and helping us beat the record; Cait H. for being 
such a cool person thai I can't be jealous of your 
awesome talents: Kim S. for being such a spaz: Jodi 
C. for calling me Barbara; Lisa C. for being so loud 
and obnoxious (thanks?); Amy H. for letting me 
ttin in pillow fights; Beth M. for letting me be 
vour imperial leader; Chris D. for all the advice: 
Diane Ryan for helping me get through some of the 
lough times: Paul G. for letting me have so much 
time off: Vin W. for keeping me from murdering 
people; Mike H. for making Sunday mornings 
interesting: Mr. Low for letting me be the horse: 
Mrs. Swenson for writing me a check: Jim H. for 
leiting me be your favorite: Holli C. for laughing 
Aith me; Scott Byam because Dave F. said so; Mr. 
Maxwell because everybody says thanks to him: 
Mom and Dad and Michelle for always supporting 
me: Mr. and Mrs. St. Saveur for all your help; Karla 
and Jeff and Aunt Kalhy and Uncle Tim for letting 
mc stay with you: Grandmom and Grandpop B and 
D for being alive to encourage me; Nana-Kyi for 
being so funny; Freddy and Rachel for being so 
interesting; Dr. Eagles for fixing my teeth: Roy and 
Marie for being the best possible neighbors; The 
Currington's and the Belliveau's for supporting 
m) habits for so long; Pete Staminawhatever for 
leaching me Greek; Tricia and Kathy for being cool; 
Aunt Julie for being so understanding: Ms. Hanley 
lor helping me out when it was needed; Farah for 
being a great little sister: Lauren for always 
uriting even though I forgot; Aloise for finally 
remembering my name; And finally anyone who 
has ever been nice to me. encouraged me. given me 
jdvice. cheered me up, or forgiven me for my 
mistakes. Future Goals: To be successful in 
whatever it is I decide to do: lead an interesting and 
lun life with my friends and family; and go 
everywhere, do everything, and meet everyone in 
Ihe world. 

Sage Browne 

4 Birchwood Drive 

\clivilies: Majorettes 2.3, Captain 4; Tennis 
Capiain 4; Ensembles I: Choir 2,3.4: Musical 
1 :..?,4; Spanish Club 1.2.3,4: SADD 2,4: Hall 
Decorating 2.3.4: Prom Decorating 3; NHS 3,4. 
Thanks To; My heavenly Father for giving me 
everything I have, including my family and friends. 
Mom, Dad and Craig, Gram and Grandma, Charlene. 
Carol and Debbie — the Wheaties — For being my 
adopted aunts: Mrs. Aldo and the tennis team; 
Missy and the Majorettes — Krista. Jen and Linda; 
the flags, especially Lisa, Jodi, Darlene, Tara, 
Rachel and Kelly: Riz, Amy and Chris for our G 
Period talks; Beth, David D.. Gretchen, Rachel P.. 
Katie, Ivan, Michelle, Jen W.. Lisette and Anita: 
Mr. Maxwell, the Huffs, Mr. Barbas, Mrs. 
Gullage, Mr.Low; The gang from LCS-Mary. Kar, 
Diane. Tina, Jod, Michelle and Alison: Tricia for all 
the fun times — Never lose touch with me: and 
Dawa. I'll never let you go, despite our being 
exiled" from each other. Future Goals: To 
survive Ihrough coUese and find mv place in this 
*orld. 

losh D. Buckley 

14 Phalen Street, Acton 

Ulivities: X-country 1,2,3 Capt. 4; Drama club 
' -.3.4; Spring Track 3: Amnesty International 3- 
rcasurer: Winter Musical 1.2.3: Funnel team 
varsity) 101 3.4: Exit: 3.4: Pain in the Bun 73- 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad for putting up 
vith me, Mike and Kaitlyn, for being there, Dylan 
"r being a great dog, Dave T. and Chuck B. for the 
imes on my porch, my Blue Heaven and Barry-O 
• or many a restless night. Daymion for being a great 
j o-capiain, Nat Funnel Fesl 91. Lisette for under- 
j landing me, Hey Moe! slop hitting me I'm going 
;0 powder my nose, thanks for the notes, love ya 
I'abe. Wentworth I'm still waiting for the poem 
I bout me. Father P. Thanx for everything, Lester 
■jhanx for picking up the package, Jen Ihe Beatles 

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rule and so don't ihe mad cap laughs. Lynna for not 
killing me. Jon and Katie you "re unbelievable. The 
Rolling Stones for 25 yrs. of good music. Frank ie 
tor making me laugh. Vin see ya next year in x- 
councry Right! Steph for liking R.E.M.. R.E.M 
for being a great band, Mrs. Sav (Joshua Tree) for 
gelling me out of here. Future Goals: To 
graduate from college, become a professional mu- 
sician, to get a latoo of myself but taller, live in 
Ireland, fly over to England and jam with the 
Stones, travel across the country on a pogo stick 
with Jon and Katie Holden, to get married, gel 
divorced and collect alimony, to understand alge- 
bra, to start my own Home Shopping Network, 
re-open Skippy's Morgue. Wynonia Ryder I Love 
You. I'm available! call mc sometime 264-4942 or 
l-KOO-Hol Love. I'm oulla here— J. B 92. 

Anita Bumann 

8 Beverly Road 

Activities: Student Council Secretary 1 .2.3,4: 
Varsity Soccer I ; Varsity Basketball 1 .2,3,4; Prom 
Decorating 3: Hall Decorating 1,2.3.4; Pita 1.2.3.4, 
John 1 .2.3.4. Thanks To: All of my friends at 
B.H.S who have made these past 4 years most 
memorable. Zuzka — Bazoink for all the talks, 
Keri — you are only one — mix. Karen — Piggy sister 
listen to the rhythm — Raooo. Krista — I'll always 
be your Geoga — make my bed soon. Maswee — Are 
you cool? Ko. Ani — for picking my weggie! Joyce — 
"So I suggest you keep it closed for the time being". 
Kelly — Ree, Kelly — Roo for making me laugh, 
short & just about pee my pants, Jenny — Marshalls 
woman. Stephanie— Rub. Rub in the tub. Mich- 
elle— Espanol 5 — wow — thanks for being a great 
friend, Maureen — for passing out on the beach and 
making me laugh. Lisette — I wanna rock right 

now Slacie — I'm so glad we remained friends, 1 

love ya! Valerie — my next door neighbor, thanks 
for all the advice. Hope — for doing my hair and 
being such a sweetie. Jen H. — my basketball 
buddy! And to the men. First of aIJ--The Dirty 
Underwear crew Rules. Dan — you mean alot to 
Beata Daniel--Son! Dave — for acting crazy with 
me. Nath -never forget our handshake. GEO-MET- 
RY Pita-pie! Daymion — Bonsey Jones, my king!, 
Rob — I'm gonna pinch you. Ed — BUSH. Steve — 
Chicken-Bo-Dang, Tim, don't forget how to buck 
a lewey Tissy!. Eric— "40"-" 1/2 it." GUYS: Stay 
Dirty. Mean, and Nasty. Thanks also to: Prune- 
dog. Sage. Jen W.. Todd N.. Reggie, Lou, Jeff, Mike 
H.. Michelle B., Chris A., Mike W.. Beth, Karie. 
Theresa, and Ryan Oscar. Gina-Pusk Peach — I Love 
You. Tom — thanks for looking out for me. you're 
the greatest brother. Hold your head high Opie. 
just like you told me to. I miss you, I love you. 
Amy— 1 miss you cuz. And the rest of my 
wonderful family I love you all- I made it!! And 
last but not least, John-Thank you for always 
being by my side through all the good and bad 
limes. You've taught me so, so much. I'm really 
lucky to have you. you're one of a kind. Hunny we 
were built to last. The best has yet to come. I love 
my baby. Forever Yours. Future Goals: To 
have a happy life with my husband (a mason) and 
our beautiful children. 

Darlene Burton 

1 1 Marion Road 

Activities: Flag Squad 2,3,4: Treasurer of 

Amnesty International 3; Latin Club 1,2: S.A.D.D. 
2,3.4: Drama Club 1,2; Yearbook 3.4; Halt Deco- 
rating 1 .2,3.4. Thanks To: I thank God who is 
the leader in my life (always). My parents, thanks 
for your love, understanding, trust, and support. 
Nadolyn and Diana, my two older sisters, thanx for 
being there for me. Nana-Kyi thanks for 6 great 
years of friendship and I know we are going to have 
many more years together. Nicovanna — you 're a 
true friend — thanks for putting up with me. Hope, 
you've been a good friend, thanks for making our 
four years together memorable. My two best 
friends abroad. Beneatha and Kelly, thanks. Bangie 
B my sista! Jaqui, Latanya. Jo, Erica. Tara, Nicola, 
Aries are the best. J.Buckley. Audria "Nickey" — 
It's been real, thanks for the good times. The 
Library crew, you know who you are. Marc and 
Chris, gonna miss all those talks we had. The flag 
squad and majorettes; Tara — marching buddy. 
Theresa, Rachel (wee.wee). Lisa. Jodi. Tricia. 
Amy. Angie. Jenn, (no more marching), Krista. 
Linda, and Sage. Thanks for making this season fun. 
God Bless those who 1 missed. Most of all thanks 
to the Class of 92. Future Goals: To fini-^h 
school (attend college), and have a family. 



Scott Byam 

1 Bonnievale Drive 

Activities: Swim Team; Cross Counlry; Mem- 
ber of the York Foundation. Thanks To: My 
mother, my father. Turtle and Rascal: thanks to 
ail my friends, supporters, and beneficiaries tike 
Darren F.. Frank W.. Chris A.. Charlie B.. Eric S.. 
Dave D.. David F.. David W.. Ed A.. John H.. Josh 
B., Daymion S.. Mike E.. Matt K., Pete L. Brian S.. 
Ivan W.. David T.. Jason C. Reggie K., Blake. Yung 
Hsin Chen. Future Goals: I plan to attend 
UMASS at Amherst and to be succesful at what- 
ever career I choose. 1 want to own a house awav 
from too many people, near an ocean. In college. 
1 hope to swim and run cross country. I hope to 
attend a live wrestling pay per view event and meet 
Ihe guy. When 1 get older. 1 plan to be in good 
physical condition, free from a substantial amount 
of health problems. I plan to support the National 
Wildlife Federation in their efforts to preserve 
many animal species. I do not plan to make any 
early retirement from my career. 

Lisa Jeanne Cadotte 

392 Concord Road 

Activities: Marching band 1; Flag squad 2.3 Co 
captain 4: Drama club 2.3 Treasurer 4; Tournameni 
of Plays 2.3.4; Spring play 1.2.3,4; Student Pro 
duction Night Co-director 3.4; Musical 1,2.3.4 
Peer leadership 3.4; Bedford/Sceaux Exchange 2.3; 
Concert band 1 .2.3.4: Choir 1 .2.3: Spirit Games 
2,3: Hall decorating 1 .2.3.4; Yearbook 3; Telemedi^ 
3.4: Prom decorating 3; Softball 3 Varsity 4; Rifk 
4: AFS 2.3 Vice-president 4; SADD 1.2.3.4; Frencn 
club 2.3.4; Kids on the Block 3.4; Dole club 3.4 
Ultimate frisbee 3,4. Thanks To: My famih 
Mom. Dad. John, Nicole, Wiffa. Wot. Friska. and 
Velvet-Thanks for living in my house and taking: 
up space (just kidding- I love you). Also to the 
Cohen's for being my "second family." The 
previous graduates of '91: Joe S., Sasha, Sam. 
Eileen, Donna, Kathy. Kevin, and Joe P.. 1 miss you 
all. Mr. Dougherty. Mrs. Sorgi. and Mr. Ander- 
son, for Ihe great confidence in my acting. .Mrs. 
Gullage and Mr. Barbas, for the always great 
marching seasons. Flo-babe, 1 love your tie! 
Rapael and Benjamin. I love you! The France crew- 
Americans and French. Mrs. Rainis-just for listen- 
ing and understanding. Ms. Hanley, Mrs. Ralston. 
Ms. Lohrum. Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Stephenson. Mrs. 
Drenas. Ms. O'Malley. Mr. Pilla. Mrs. Mitchell. 
Miss Dowling-you've all in some way taught me 
something 1 will always have with me as I grow . 
Flags for the last couple of years, and this year's 
"5 star" squad-Jodi. Theresa. Tara (knee-slappen. 
Amy. Darlene, Kelly, Tricia, Nikki. Nickev. 
Rachael. and Angie, Nana-kyi- turtles!! Am> 
(pillow fights-she's a brut, brick, rock), Beth (for 
having the Taco Bell cup). Sage (can I use your 
baby'?)-thanks for the long talks. Barb-peer 
leader, Jen W.-Are you going to the tournament'' 
Lynna-watch out for the car! Katie-the pink snake. 
Jon. Pete. Eric. Vin-I'll gel you someday! Dave and 
Dave. etc, (the whole group). Anne-heads, 
shoulders. ..etc.. Michelle, George, Gretchen-sum 
mer confusion. Armrith-HI!. Rachael-l'm noi 
dressing to impress anyone! Everyone in Telemedia- 
Philip and Chuckard, my two freshmen buddies 
Josh-awesome hair, Jen C.-law notes and great gu\ 
talks, Mr. Dooley-thanks for leaching me the an 
of Tetemedia. Brian Drohan -lunch squashes. Kris ten 
any time you need to sunbathe and write a report 
I'm there!, and Ivan-'Go away or I shall taunt you 
a second time!" (you've been a great friend). Nov*. 
Sasha Korik. Joe Somerset, and Jodi Cohen; Sasha. 
thank you for a wonderful junior year, and foi 
being such a close friend then. now. and laier-1 love 
you. Joey, my "big brother." who has helped mc 
through all my troubles and triumphs-thanks. 1 
love you. Jodi. odi. oh bee. hoo!-for being there 
as my bestest friend for five years, supporting me. 
listening to me whine, and making mc laugh 
(friends are friends forever)-! love you. And to 
everyone I've mentioned and all Tve (accidentalU i 
overlooked, you are all a special part of me and 
without you I couldn't have made it! 1 love you. 
and thanks, and never forget. CHEERFUL IS 
BETTER! Future Goals: To attend college, be 
good at all I do. always stay active in the perform- 
ing arts (drama), meet new and exciting people, 
marry the perfect man (a combination of my dad and 
Joe), have our many kids and Jodi's kids be best 
friends, live in a lighthouse on Martha's Vineyard 
build a house on the ocean, watch as many sunsets 
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forever, make oihcrs laugh, and build a large 
wooden badger 

Kelly Marie Callahan 

9 Parker Road 

Activities: Cheerleading 1 .2.3. Capiain 4; Sofi- 
ball JV 1.2 Varsiiy 3.4; Prom-Co Chairperson 3.4: 
Yearbook 4; Hall Decorating 1 .2.3.4; Prom Deco- 
rating 3.4; Spanish Club 1.2,3; SADD 3.4; Musicals 
1.2.3.4; Powder Puff 3,4. Thanks To: I firsi 
want to thank all the Junior Fishies and Senior 
Squids for making my high school years unforget- 
table. Krisia. don't ever forget 2/17 and 8/4. those 
were the BEST! Also. "The Girls'. "Chief the 
Neighbor's Dog", the Semi-formal, and the Junior 
Prom. Through all our ups and downs I definitely 
couldn't have survived high school without you. 
Keri, my 2nd. We are the true Neil Diamond 
Lovers. Let's not forget the summer of "90 and the 
weekend of 10/20 in N.H.. "wherc's my other 
boot." That's a classic! Remember the Fab 4 rules! 
Aniko, for being so sentimental and always listen- 
ing to me complain about my problems. "The 
Girls" and "The Green Room" will always be 
remembered. Steph. you are the biggest rebel. 
Thanks for being my buddy since kindergarten. 
Teniwoman will live on forever. Remember the 
Fab 4 rules! Karen, same initials. Martha's Vine- 
yard memories "LUKIE." Thanks for being in the 
special contest with me. Remember the Fab 4 
rules! Jenny, my cheerleading buddy. Our mis- 
sions, your endless calls, and "The Girls" were the 
balls. Moe. you're such a spaz. and your dancing 
is incredible. The Junior Prom was a blast, and 
never stop laughing. Michelle, for always wailing 
for me in the halls and calling me a slowpoke. 
Anita, for all those "quiet" burps and laughs, and 
for always having a golden tan. Joyce. 2 o'clock 
breakout and those Great Road walks were the 
balls. Don't forget all the memories with "The 
Girls." Zuzka, for all those detailed stories, and all 
of your black stretch pants. Well. the 

K4J2A2M2ZS is definitely THE BEST!! I wish you 
all the best of luck. I'll miss you. and don't forget 
ME!! Daymion. for putting up with my attitude. 
I hope you know that you're really special lo me. 
Thanks for all those late night talks, the Semi- 
formals. and the Junior Prom, they were GREAT! 
Dave, for all those "bear" hugs and always being 
there for me. Nat, for being the best neighbor. I 
missed you and I'm glad your back. Dan. for being 
the best "Doctor" and that run up your basement 
stairs. Rob. for being my son. and being taller than 
me. its not fair! Lou. for being so cute, and having 
an unreal house. Ed. for having the best "BUSH" 
and watch out for that hackey sack. Reggie and 
Jason, for being my football "stars" and for making 
me feel very special. Timmy. for having the best 
name and always having the last word. Scott, for 
being a sweet "Noodle." Dave T.. for not hating me 
after what I said, and I'M see you on our comedy 
show. Chris, the Junior Prom was GREAT! Eric, 
for being a friend since grade school. Brian S.. for 
being so nice. Steve C, for being so weird. Aloise. 
HELLO BA-BY. Jon H.. Les. and Dave W.. for 
making me laugh so much. I'll miss you all. and 
you deserve the VERY BEST! Marcy "grandpa", 
you're an awesome friend. Beth, for being the best 
co-captain. Steph P.. Prunedoggie will live on. 
Keep smiling and eating all that junk food. Lisette. 
for being my math buddy for two years. Jen P., 
for being the same height as me. Karie. for being 
so funny. Theresa. "PHILLY and QUEBEC.' 
Nikki, for being as loud as me. Terri (the quiet one), 
for being my first best friend. Also Kristen. 
Michelle, and Rachae! for Moc's. it was a blast! 
Resh. for the senior prom, I miss you. Kevin, for 
ail your interesting friends and our love-hale 
relationship. Kim and all of my dancing buddies. for 
all the laughs and unforgettable memories. To all 
of my friends' families for their kindness and 
generosity. The cheerleading squad (Beth. Jenny. 
Prunes. Jenn. Caro. Steph A.. Sara. Kim. Julie, 
Jessica, Jaqui, and Courtney.) You guys are the 
ultimate "BALLS." Thanks for making my senior 
year and role of capiain the best ever. GOOD LUCK 
NEXT YEAR!! Nan and Pup. if I didn't have all 
your love, then I wouldn't be the same person I am 
today. Tappy and Rusty (in DOG HEAVEN. ) 
Matt, for ail the fights and being the cutest 
brother. I think you are great just the way you 
are! Dad. for letting your little girl grow up. \ 
hope you know that you mean the world to me. 
Mom. I don't know how I'm going to do il without 
you next year. I just want you to know, that 
through il all you've been my BEST FRIEND!! 



\ oil rc the best family anybody could have. I 
LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH!! Also, thanks to 
jnyone that made my high school years the best 
ihey could be. I wish all my friends GOOD LUCK. 
KEEP IN TOUCH, and I'll see you at the RE- 
UNION!! Future Goals: To marry an awesome 
football player and be happy and rich with him. 
To never stop matching and wearing big earrings. 
Finally to work with and ride Shamu at Sea World. 

Timothy J. Callahan 

92 Sweetwater Avenue 

Activities: Soccer 1 .2.3: Ski team 3. Captain 4; 
Lacrosse 2.3.4: Prom decorating 3.4; Hall decorat- 
ing 1.2,3.4; Scooping 1.2.3.4 and so on; Fluffy Fan 
Club 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: The entire class of 92: 
To Joyce for leaching me to tie my shoe, Kelly for 
being loud. Anita for being a true bud. Karen just 
lor being Kare, you are pretty lousy; Moe for St. 
Mike's, Steph for being way cool, hippy sort of 
kind of weird sexy person: Keri M. for being sweel 
and sexy and for being my favorite brunette. Jenny 
for being Goldie-locks. Aniko for being so sensi- 
tive yet so clueless. CC for the jokes, and thanks 
to Marcy. Michelle D.. Krista. Nana-Kyi and her 
nails. Hopie and your big Ol" what! Jen P.. Jen D.. 
Jen N.. Steph P.. Nicovanna. Zuzka. Beth R.. Chris 

A. . Edwin Base Amaya-forever a base kid. Darren 

B. where is he anyway. Buckley. Holmes, Skidda. 
Craiga. Flo. Dr. D #1 lush, Lou for brain dead. 
Rafael for being 21, Daymion for being so bloody 
British, Squig for being a sly devil, Frank W. for 
hitting weights. Rex for being the #1 Vermont fan. 
Gotta love ya! Brendan for being my best bud and 
for all the intense chaos we've been through, Chris 
M. for being a long lime friend and for liking quads, 
bikes, and trucks loo. CB for being scrumplous and 
always turning me down, Katy D. you're just the 
best. Chicken but Linda you're a great friend, I'll 
always love ya. Bop. I don't know about you: Jen 
Blonde for being a jock. Jen Brown for the mood 
swings. Shay thanks for being a tease, Boffa for 
being #1. Poofy for setting me up, Carolina-we'll 
see. Tiffany thanks for the most memorable sum- 
mer and great times. B-for the Cape. Kim. Heather, 
and Fran, and Billy boy, 76 trombones. Squeaky 
(Steph M.) you're pretty ugly. I'll get lost with 
you anyday. Julie M. love that smile. Chippa kid 
lor being a Rota dancer. Nat for being more Irish 
than me. Mern. Carrie C and Jehle sisters I miss 
ya. Mickie-D's for the summer nights. Mike N.. 
B. Chris. Squig. M. Watkins for 007 missions to 
Wedgewood, Big B. Maxwell the best teacher 
award. Duckie and Ms. Hibbard. What a team. 
Dave W. for great rhymes. Mrs. Miele and Miss 
Craig Thanx. Mom and Dad thanks for all the 
support and love through the years. I would noi 
of made it without you. your baby is grown up 
now. I love you guys. Marty thanks for the death 
threats and late nights cruises in the van. Fluffy. 
How can I say it? You brought me up under your 
Aing. you took care of me. listened to me. looked 
"Ut for me. and gave me meaningful advice. Al- 
though we've had our differences, it always 
brought us closer in the end. I wouldn't be the same 
'.\ithoul you. Don't ever leave me. You are the 
most perfect thing in my life. I love you more than 
the world and around again. You're the best sister 
a brother could ask for. I love you Jenn. -love 
Milishis. Thanks to my entire family and to anyone 
1 forgot. I'm sorry. Class of 92. I love ya! Have 
a golden nighl! T.C. Future Goals: To make 
as much money as possibly imaginable. To be 
reunited with Karen Clancy at my fifth or tenth 

lass reunion and marry her! Have two kids and a 
^'.'.cct witel To race Iron man Ivan Stewart at the 
I. A. Colosseum 1 on 1. To be able to buy a ferrari 
i 40 with pocket change and to own a monster 
I r u c k . 

.Joyce Carroll 

62 'woodland Road 

Activities: Varsity soccer 1 .2,3. Capt.4: Var- 
sity Softball 3.4: Hall decorating 1,2.3.4; Year- 
hook 4; SADD 3.4: Powderpuff 3,4. Thanks to: 
knny for being the best friend in the whole world 
jiul for always being there-I love you!! Aniko lor 
ill those long talks and Great Rd. memories; Hanz 
and Madeline for the Green Room parties; Maureen- 
June 30lh was the best; Michelle-how many times 
did they say number 23?: Kelly and Krista: never 
lorget Buck Tooth Billy and the 2 a.m. breakout; 
Karen for those early morning talks and the Marky 
Mark message; Steph for sharing the beauty of 
nature with me; Keri-how are ya Roseanne, let's go 
do the Maude with Tony: Anita-"Everytime you 



open your mouth it's trouble..."; and Zu/ka 
those lovely details-6 hours U MASS I Thanks 
all of you for the memories and good times. 
Great Wall, the Green Room. New Hampshire, 
I'm going lo miss you girlies so much-good luck 
stay in touch! I love you little SQUIDS! Dan 
and Dave for always engaging in consumpi 
Daymion for helping me remember "Bow. B 
Bow, Bow . Bow " New Hampshire: Lou for th 
semi-formals: Timmy for the childhood memor 
now I can ride a bike; Eric: Ed: Reggie; Jason: Cc 
Davey Boffa; Chip; Dave Lord; and Geoff-G 
Luck to all of you! Jenn for prom '91 and the chic 
sandwhich; also Sue, Wrangler, and Matt for bt 
FAMILY; Kim and Marni for all the laic nig 
stakeouts, the laundrymats. Dean-"hey. what 
you doing?", and everything else! I miss you 
so much-I love you!!! Mark for being the Resh 
"91 and for all the cross country reliant trips! 
soccer team, Lois, and the cool crew-Jen, 
Darrell. Cyndi. and Linda and Kaiy for the 
practice activities! I know you guys will miss 
because I was the nicest captain you ever had 

I never whined!; SPECIAL THANKS TO: J 
I'm glad you have so much patience because I d 
know what I'd do without you, thank you 
always listening, and for coming to that fi 
Rhode Island cookout, and for walking in the 
and for doing everything for me.. .etc. I'm n- 
gonna miss you! 1.2,3! Good Lucklll VF 
SPECIAL THANKS TO: My family for al 
being so close especially Danny and Davey 
always being just a little too ovcrproleci 
never minded!: Janet for whickey. your clot 
your phone, and for always keeping me up at 
with your pointless stories-just kidding PL) 
Leslie for the never ending talks! Leigh. Pelev 
Baby Ronnie: Mommy -I love you!! Thank you 
everything you do-you are very special-'S 
AROUND MOM". Also thanks to everyone 
who made high school so much fun! Okay t 
Future Goals: Go to college, gel my blue M 
Carlo with grey writing, and marry Bo Jack 
And yes Jenny. I will get all of this because 
ALW.^YS GET MY OWN WAY!!!!!!! 

Jennifer L. Carson 

80 Page Road 

Activities: Forum 1,2.3, Editor 4; SADD 
Choir 2: Madrigal 3.4; Show Choir 4: Do 
Sextette 4; Drama Club 1.2.4, Secretarv 
Cheerleading 2; Polytheism 1 .2.3.4; Telem 
2.3.4; French Club 1.2.3,4; Spring Musical 1.2 
Thanks To: Mom and Daddy: for always mal 
me feel loved, never letting me settle for med 
rity. and always being there. Chris: for being 
Kiwi Twin and the best little brother pos 
Simon: for being taller than 1 am and for being 
Ivan; for Pierre. Craig: for junior year and the 
times. Brian Fehlau. Laurie. Gersh. Alex. M 
Betsy. Steph D., Mark, John W.: for being a 
'Prince." The Double Sextette girls. Mr. Spin 
Mr. Hunt, Mrs. Rainis!, Mr. Low. Mr. Bar 
Mrs. Mclnnis. Lisa and Jodi: for being so ha 
Daymion: for being such an awesome guy. Deb: 
the Physics notes. Jacqui: thanks for everyil" 
You are beautiful inside and out. Brian S.: for b 
my big brother in times of need. Dave D.: for b 
my Italian buddy, for the classy nicknames, and 
being so understanding. Maureen: for standing 
me when no one else would. Giacomo: for kee 
me crazy, our bubble-blowing afternoons, and 
being clueless. Tara: for being as close as a si 
Thanks for sharing the good times and making 
bad times better. Most of all thanks to Mai. 
for making my life complete. I love you with 
of my heart and I always will. Future Gi 
To finally learn my way around Purity, to 
with the gang at Pizzeria Uno in 9 years 
reminisce, to always be aware of the wo 
beauty, to always have the three essentials 
happiness: something to do. someone to love (g 
who!), and something to hope for: and above 
else, to somehow leave my mark upon the w 

Steven Cestrone 

I I Pulnam Road 

Thanks To: Thanks to Mom. Dad. Jim. and 
for supporting and putting up with me-I kno 
wasn't easy. Thanks to Sarah S. for almost t 
my first girlfriend and for all the laughs. Sp 
thanks to Nana-Kyi for being the sister 1 never 
(I will ALWAYS love you). Thanks to Mic 
Edwards for just being mern. Very special th 
to Michele Sanford for everything and 1 do i 
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Also lhanks lo Carrie. Kelly, Bryan (big and 
liiile). Becky P.. Ed. Kaiie {green sweater). Todd. 
Brad. Adam, Amy. Beneatha. Nicky (nyrone). 
Pjiiv. Darlene, Sue and Sandra. Jay (Mike and 
Duane. Click). Daryl L.. and Mike Boulin for being 
such a good friend all those years ago. To Linda Jones 
(Liner!!!) You wanna get live?! "D.M" Purity 2 
a.m. "Hey. got a nickle?" To Tiffy. more than 
words and especially for having such nice "eyes!" 
Thanks to Christina I. for always caring-you 
helped me alot. Thanks to Chipper for one hell of 
summer (Shannon). To Josh Cohen (you know 
whv). Also thanks to Al. Mrs. Jordan. A.D.S. 
iMari and Sarah), Tina D.. Randall (the Corey's). 
B.C., the entire Pielchel clan, to Judy for being my 
mother figure, to Lori G. for all the summertime 
laxors, Maddox, Heather H., Christine H. (sec. A 
and B). and anyone else I forgot (this is harder than 
11 looks). And last but not least-Thank you-Laurie 
Pietchel-1 love you! Thanks for the best two and 
half years of my life-you're the best and don"t 
ever forget it! (Bud. thanks to you too). Future 
(ioals: To marry Mrs. Donovan, to own the 
McDonald's franchise, to have an affair and run 
/hh a married woman (Joan). 

Kim Chan 

::D Bedford Village 

Activities: Soccer 1. Thanks To: My mom. 
Miss Stead (Math teacher), and Miss O'Malley 
English teacher), p.s. Mrs. Dubitsky and Mrs. 
!.ukc ( E.S.L teachers). Future Goals: To go to 
.otiege and leach in Hong Kong! 

Ellen Chang 

^9 Elm Street 

\ctlvities: Chinese club; New comers club 1.2: 
Spanish club 3; After school job 3.4. Thanks To: 
.rirs! special thanks to my parents. Second, thanks 
Renee Garneau for being my pal in Physics. Then 
hanks to my friends. Future Goals: To 
graduate from high school and college!!! Hoping 

become a doctor in the future! 

Vung-Hsin Chen 

1 Green Street 

Activities: Chamber music; Orchestra: La- 

;rosse; Pit Orchestra; French Club. Thanks To: 
-irst my family, thanks to Mrs. Anderson for 
Jriving me to Chamber Music every morning, 
hanks to Josh Keroes for being so weird, thanks 
Pete Ansorg for saying chess everyday, thanks 

Dave Tobey for the joke of the day. thanks to 
fhcresa Concannon for keeping home room inter- 
•sting, thanks to Jacqueline Shwimer for typing 
: his, thanks to Ms. O'Malley for encouraging me 
!o write, lhanks to Brian Sparrow for being Brian 
Sparrow, thanks to Pete Ingraham for skating 

vith in the past and going with me to James 
\ddiction, thanks to Mrs. Rainis for letting me 
pace out in French, thanks to Mr. Huff for getting 
ne psyched about math, thanks to Mr. Palmer for 
ajing "it's brutal", thanks to Craig Gottlieb for 
isiiing me every morning of homeroom this year. 
[ hanks to Mr. Ullmann zone experience, thanks to 
Uric Swenson. lhanks to Matt Knell for his mouse 
ails, along with other things, thanks to Jen 
I 'arson for sitting in front of me in English so I can 
1-iiend to other more important things during the 
I lass, thanks to Dave DeSantis, thanks to Andria 
I'Dmponi for changing her hair style, thanks lo Jon 
|lolden, thanks to all the people that I left out 
;iecause you are the most important to me, but I 
; lave to end somewhere before I list everyone in the 
• orld. Future Goals: To be Chinese. To 
f'ecome a doctor and get sued for mal-praclice. 

lason Steven Chisholm 

■9A Scott Circle 

.iclivilies: Football 2,3,4: Basketball 2; Latin 
lib 4. Thanks To: Mom. Dad. Bryant, and 
ohnaihan for being there for me and for pushing 
le when 1 needed it. I love you guys so much. 

I^eggie my best friend since I first moved here. I'll 
ever forget you and all that we've been through. 

' el's show the world what we can do. and may God 
Iways watch over you and bless you with good 
>riiire. Charlie 31 Look in:I finally got you. To 
le whole Bedford High F-Ball team, even though 
ley all doubled us we knew the truth. I love you 
nys. Remember we are a family. Thanks to Coach 
abourin. Petrillo. Cambell. and Hirsch: no matter 
hat happens you're championship coaches who 

1 eserve a championship team. I hope we can give 
, lo you and 1 hope I grow up to be the man you 

"ys hoped we all would be. Davmion and Brian 




great Job on the F-ball commentary. Thanks a lot 
to Kelly. Steph. Beth and the rest of the Cheerlead- 
ers, see we really do care about you guys. Also to 
the girls of my dreams Keri. Zuzka, Steph K. and 
Kelly nobody does ii better! Thanks and Good luck 
to Scott and Sandra, 1 hope you guys are always 
happy and together, 1 know I already said thanks 
but there is still so much more. Reggie you always 
knew how to see right through me I don't think 
anyone understands me more than you. We both 
have big dreams and many goals I hope that I'm 
there to see all yours come true like I know the\ 
will. You're always going to be a part of my famih 
no matter where you go or what you do. All God's 
love and blessing on you. Mom, Dad I Know we 
may not say it enough but I do love you guys for 
everything you've taught me and for how much 
you've put up with me. I only hope that I will 
grow to be a man worthy of your respect and love. 
Bryant and Johnathan no matter what you'll 
always be my little brother. I'm happy that we're 
friends and brothers. Bryant you will always be 
my twin, just remember where you go I'm there: 
lake no s — and don't give any. Johnathan 1 hope you 
continue to grow into the fine man that you are on 
the path of becoming. And lhanks to my Almighty 
God for staying with me through the best and the 
worst of my life. May I never stray from your 
heart. Future Goals: Go on to a good college, 
and become a lawyer lo the infamous and the stars 
of the world. Make tons of money, marry a 
beautiful woman, raise two or three kids {boys and 
girl) so that I can finally have a chance to see thing 
from a parent's point of view. Sounds so simple 
doesn't it'!* Yeah Right. 

Karen Clancy 

26 Fox Run Road 

Acti\ities: Field Hockey 2 Var. 3.4: Skiing Var, 
1 (BBN) 3.4: Softball 2 Var. 3.4: Soccer 1 TbBNi: 
Spring Musical 2,4: Student night play 4; Madrigal 
4: Double Sextette 3.4: Choir 1 (BBN) 2.4: Orches- 
tra 2.3.4: Yearbook 4: SADD 3.4: Class Pres. 3: 
Spirit Games 2.3: Powder puff 4: Hall Decorating 
2,3.4; Prom Dec. 3. Thanks To: Keri for 
swinging on vines with me. summers + winters in 
NH, for being able to dance like the guys of "90. 
BF. Oo-Oo-Oo-Oo. and lor alvka\s understanding 
the mood I'm in; Steph for keeping me laughing. 
"Give him Lachance!."' 3AM eternal on July 4ih. 
'91. notes in Adv. Bio; Kelly-LUKIE. kiss o'vern. 
MV summer '91, sorry about freshman cheerleading. 
for being the only one left with me; Zuzka-Perr\ 
Caldwell, for laughing at my weird sense of 
humor, and for teaching me the important things; 
.Anita-Thanks for being so understanding, we w i\\ 
be Pigsisters forever-I'll miss you in CA: Aniko 
for being a good person to talk to. and the pyjama 
breakout to Chucky P's; Krisla for walking 
through the green room screen; Michelle for the 
breakfast of cereal + Reese's cups; Moe for floor 
dancing and your laugh: Jenny for being the only 
person who called me; and Joyce for all the Mike 
talks. Dan for knowing how to have a good time, 
and for the teasing; Nat for sophomore year and NE 
Nurseries: Dave C. for the Junior Prom, and for 
following me home in the rain: Lou-we're going to 
marr\ and li\e in \our house; Scott S. for the beach: 
Da>mion for never being in a bad mood; Tim for 
always being sweet; Rob for breaking my heart in 
middle school; Dave T. for ice cream, jokes, and the 
pick-up lines: Charlie (I never swam in a trash can. 
and you did tell me you loved me): Ed m\ hush- 
man; Reggie; Darren B.-you are adorable; Mart\ lor 
your soap opera love life: Jason Chisholm; Steve 
C. (sandwich- whipping); Jen P. for poker and 
wrestling at Charlie's house; the field hockey 
team. esp. Terri and Michelle: Gretchen, for being 
someone I could look up to: Paul Doherly for 
\ogueing and groove-dancing: Mike B. (KC Love): 
Mike Dmochowski for the Senior Prom; Jon 
Holden. my secret love; Sara B.-Bob! Remember 
the bee and FH camp); the Junior Guys, especially 
Matt K. Dave L. and Dave B: Theresa Concannon: 
Brian Sparrow for always smiling; Mike J for 
Sophmore year, being talented with windows, and 
\\ alking the dog-Thank you: David Went worth: 
and Dave Flores for writing my name on the wall. 
K4J2A2M2SZ. Anyone I forgot. I'm sorry, but 1 
w role this at 1a.m. and I'm tired. Also. I thank 
hot tubs, hockey, chocolate, Parker Lewis. Steph s 
embryo and eyeball. Alex and Ben from BB&N. m\ 
Texaco Man and especially my ideal Tony Amonic. 
Mrs. Mclnnis, Ms. G for keeping me in line. Mrs, 
Ky velos. and the McGraths-ihank you for ever\ - 
thing. And most of all, 1 thank m> famil> for their 



unconditional love: Mom. Dad, Susan, and David- 

1 know you've put up wiih a lot from me over the 
past couple of years, but I'm sorry and Til make 
it up lo you. Thank you for everylhing-I Love You 
all. Future Goals: To graduate from Medical 
School, become a doclor in a New York hospital, 
marry a professional hockey player (preferably if 
he wears his hat on backwards), and always be 
very busy and satisfied. 

George Sullivan Clayton 

47 Dunster Road 

-Activities: Marching band 1.2.3.4; Ski team 3.4; 
R.O.TC. 1.2.3,4; Peanut Gallery 4; Orchestra 2.3; 
Jazz band 4; 42+ hr club 2.4: Latin club 2.3.4; 
Tourameni of Plays 3: Hall decorating 2,3,4; Time 
travel 3.2.4.1; Yearbook 3.4; Independent siudy 
3.4; Wind E. 1.2.3.4; Crew 4; Pit Orchestra 2.3; 
Clueless 1.2,3.4; In love 3; Graduated 4. Thanks 
To: Mom. Dad and Tweedles for being in the 
genera! area and for always caring. Love and Bests. 
John Boy, Pal, Tony, Toni, Sal, Josh. Paul I, Paul 

2 and the rest *o the gang for three truly "cool" years 
sanity, sweet insanity! The crue, the speed unit and 
Jack D. for showing me that cars were made to be 
driven. Hey T.C. you're it! The high woods 
irekers! S.A, P.N.. M.J. etc. etc. The only 
foursome + lo do il all the way. no trail too long. 
The All Weeker. To Amy. T.C. Sugar. Kathy H.. 
Cindy L., Judy G.. Mary P.. Pal. Toni. P.N. and 
M.J. and the rest of you for helping me hold it all 
together, you're the best Public Leaning Posts I've 
ever had. Amy. Tony. Sue Anne, Paul 1&2. S.A. 
and Sugar for letting me crash - post w/parent fight 

- Thanks Loads -i- 1! Mr. Barbas and all percussion 
members past and present for making Marching 
Band/Wind E. just so much darn fan. five stars all 
the way! Mr. Kelly for making Latin live. Chief 
and Col. Campbell for giving me somewhere lo be. 
Ben Cordes for being himself-can we stand it? Mrs. 
Lohrum and Mr. Duggan for always getting me ihe 
schedules 1 wanted no matter how many majors I 
took. Thanks Mr. Palmer for chemistry. The Guru 
for leaching me to believe in myself and that 
pla\ing drums is just an extension of my emotions, 
rock the house, make "em feel it! The staff of 
B.H.S., the shack. National music, the crusades 
shop. SBP. The Hayden and the Great Spirit for 
making life flow. To Nickey Lanier for keeping 
it in perspective. Mr. Happy still loves ya! 
Kristen Larsen for lettin" me pick on her and for 
toleratin" me. Lisa Cadotte-cheerful is better! Jodi 
Cohen-okay maybe math is evil; Paul Swietek- 
master of the silent cut down; Keri Mills hev you 
look spiff)' in that uniform: Jacqueline Shv\imer 
for being such a lovely person (critical mass ) and 
editor in chief-you still look overstressedout! Eric 
P. for being the voice of calm and reason, what a 
brick; my car for getting everywhere on time + or 

- a day or so; Jessica. Kerri and Sarah ski team 
wouldn't be the same without ya. The Woods jeez 
I'm always at their house; Sue Anne McKenna for 
showin' me the " ropes" and for being seen in public 
with me-it took guts baby! extraordinarily Super- 

Dooper! S-What? Hmmm did I forget anyone 

Oh yeah! and Ivan Wood for keeping me sane/insane 
(perspective) for making the summer not so tragic- 
the beach at what time? Pool parties. Movies, 
cards, sign removal-shhh ! ! Someone might hear us! 
we still need to ski Tuckerman's-for al! those 
skiing days all over ihe place. For being my best 
friend for the last four hellacious years. It's been 
great-hey why don't we do it again-NOT!!! To 
everyone else that has entered and passed through 
my life, you've all helped to shape my life (ripple 
theory) and for that I thank you! I haven't 
forgotten you I just ran outta space in my brain 
(just Kiddin') slay safe, and feel free lo call 
anytime. Good Luck and my God Bless us each and 
Everyone! Future Goals: Graduate college, play 
music for the rest of my Ifie; and gel a clue. 

David W. Clements 

45 Springs Road 

-Aclivilies: Varsity Soccer 3,4; Varsity Hocke> 
3.4; Hall Decorating 3.4; Prom Decorating 3; Class 
Treasurer 4; Varsity Chess Club 1.2.3.4; VarsitN 
Hall Monitoring 1 .2.3.4; Waterskiing Team 1 .2.3.4; 
Dan Hunt Fan Club 3,4. Thanks To: God for 
making everything possible. My family for help- 
ing me through school and always being there for 
me! Karen for going to the Junior Prom with me. 
I really had a great time. I hope you did. Kelly for 
being so shy. and just to hang out and watch T,V, 
Keri. for the small bash you had in New Hamp- 
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you for it but really thanks for being a friend. 
Steph for sharing your deepest thoughts with me. 
that took a lot of guts to admit you really liked 
him. that our society was holding back your true 
feelings, and also for listening to my problems 
Whenever I had to talk to someone, I would pick 
you. Rob for picking me up in the morning when 
my car didn't run all junior year and some of senior 
year. Dan for being a doctor of what I'll never 
know. Daymion for letting me in his house when 
ever I stopped by. without question. And for beioL' 
my homework buddy, you helped me out a lot ol 
times kid. Moc for being my Thursday girL 
Michelle for liking the way I dressed. Ed for so 
many skin on skins. Pan Am. Nat for filtering the 
water during that late night, you know pal. Room 
418 will never come again or we shall receive 
beatings, given to each other from each other H 
the way. would you end this social com . 
Aniko for caring a ton of what people think m1 
that a way. Anita for being real and not fake. >uu 
know what I mean. John M. for all those iniellec 
tual conversations, we've had some pretty serious 
ones, haven't we? I can still remember our first one, 
can you? Zuzka for keeping the bunny 1 gave you 
all those years. Lou for having so many rockers ai 
your mansion. Eric for reminding me to watch 
Bruin's games, yes monkian. Bill for being a ver\ 
close friend many times kid. Jimmy for being a 
fatface with all the questions I could never answer 
Uncle Henry for letting me stay with you, can you 
bear the smell of me? Cool. To Captain Morgan for 
teaching me how to sail. Jenny for the short time 
we had together. 1 had fun. And to Bobby, for 
letting me have a couple of extra months to pa\ 
thai small debt off. Steve for chick a bo dang! Scoti 
for helping me tackle that kid named Jack in New 
Hampshire. And John Young from Lowell for 
fishing, skiing, and boating with me. And lo 
whoever I missed I'm sorry, I'll make it up to you 
You guys are my life, where would I be without 
you? Especially Mom and Dad! Future Goals: 
To become successful at whatever 1 decide lo do. To 
really understand Pink Floyd The Wall, the 
movie. And lo just please my parents. 

Jodi Cohen 

242 Carlisle Road 

.Activities: Flag Squad 2.3.4: Double Sextette 
2.3,4: Tournament of Plays 1.2.3: Show Choir 4 
Spring Play 1.3.4, Assistant Director 2; Hall 
Decorating 3,4; Student Production Night 1.2. 
Director 3.4: A.F.S. 3,4; Spring Musical 1.2.3.4 
French Club 2,3.4; Teiemedia 3.4; Bedford-Sau\ 
Exchange 3,4. Thanks To: Mom. Dad. Greg. anJ 
Jen for being the best family ever and for being so 
supportive of everything 1 do. To Lisa, my bestesi 
friend in the whole world for being who you arc 
and for being there for me. You are so wonderful ' 
To Beth M, and Amy H. for always slicking by mc 
and being so great. Katie H. for always being so 
sweet. (Watch out or the Ghoulie Monster will 
get you!) Ivan W. just for being you (Ne jette/ 
jamais le frommage!) Lynna B. and George for v»' 
many good times, especially last summer and ihi ^ 
year. Kristen L. for being there. Jen Carson (Gigi ! < 
for being so wonderfully nice and Craig G. (Craigoiri 
for being so funny. Mrs. Rainis for caring and for 
being a friend as well as a teacher. Gretchen for 
being good. Jacqui for being so honestly funn\ an. I 
Maureen for being sweet. Rachel P. for ah", a} > 
listening. (Hey?) Barb B.. Pete I.. Jen W.. Dave F 
Dave W . Lester P.. Eric S., and Josh B. for beini: 
so tun-lo\ ing. Vin for being Vin. (Day Camp wa^ 
cool! ) Tarakins. Theresa(iure). Darlene. Nikki . 
Nicorama. Tricia, Rachael. Kelly, and Angie. Mrs. 
Gullage for being such a great flag coach and person 
and Mr. Barbas for being so damned cute! Sage for 
being such a good friend. Mr. Low for inspiring mc 
and loving music so much. Everyone in double 
sextette for all our talks. Of course, last but noi 
least, the entire class of "92 for making these the 
best four years ever! Future Goals: To aiv. i. 
be happy and never stop singing or laughiiii: h 
watch Les Miserables .one hundred times. To 
to see a time when there is no more senseless 
violence in the world. To receive NBC's "First Year 
Teacher of the Year" award and lo later be the 
teacher who inspired another NBC "Teacher of the 
Year". 

Maureen Colliton 

21 Temple Terrace 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 . Varsity 2,3, Cap- 
tain 4; Vice President 1 ; Latin Club 2; Prom 
Decorating 3: Hall Decorating 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4: 



Powder Puff 3,4, Thanks To: The best group 
of friends that I could ask for. Keri Lynn for all the 
parties, the night we played "i Never." and field 
hockey 91'. Karen for summer of 91*. Men's 
softball game, field hockey 91'. Anita Chemistry 
M'. We passed!! Zuzka captains- thanks for being 
graphic. Jenny thanks for all those talks from 
^lcDonaids to your house. I don't know what 1 
A ould do without you. Joyce June 30th lives on!! 
Stephanie tent woman and field hockey 9 1 ". Kelly 
summer of 91". prom, and all those nights driving 
around-lhanks for being you! !! Aniko where do I 
siart-Friendly "s and our ■'talks"-lhanks for being 
so understanding. Krista what can I say-Prom. 
Semi-Formal, all of those double dates-thanks for 
always being there for me!! I will never forget all 
of those good times, we have had so manyl The 
twelve of us will never forget Chili's, The Great 
Wall. Fawn Lake!! Thanks to all the guys-Dr. Dan. 
Daymion, Nath. Lou, Rob S., Jason, David (Thurs.). 
Eric. Edwin "Ed" (thanks for the great talks.) 
Mark B. and Buck "my true love." Reggie thanks 
lor the last four years, you have always been there- 
I couldn't have asked for a better friend. Chris 
ihanks for being the best prom date. Tim "tuckings." 
Sieph. Marcy field hockey 91'. Brian, Nana-kyi and 
Moise for G period unassigned. Thanks to the 
Junior Guys-Bryan A.. Todd(Saturday night), 
Hoffa(my little brother). Geoff. Dave Lord. John 
Mara, Matt and Mike(Thanks for funny games). 
Colin. Dave V., Rob and Brendan. Matt G. for a 
jreat junior year. Chris M. thanks for all our 
taiks'l Lennox, Dennis, and Kevin-you guys are 
ihe bestl!! To my other three sisiers-Terri, Mich- 
elle and Rachael. Terri for being as loud as I am. 
Michelle for being as guy crazy as me. Rachael 
ihanks for the bonding times at your house. Ms. 
Sdvarino-you are not only a teacher but a great 
triend. Mrs. Jordan, Ms. Lohrum, Mr. Huff. Miss 
(j and Mrs. Duris. Thanks to the whole 1991 Field 
Hockey team. I want to especially thank Michelle 
1 or being the greatest friend in the world. We have 
been through so much and you have always been 
there for me. Words can not say how much I care 
about you. Never forget Cape 91'. Field Hockey, 
and all of those memories that we ha\'e made over 
the past 17 years. Love Ya!! Thanks to the best 
family that I could ever ask for. You guys have 
always been there for me. Thanks to Kelly. Kathy. 
Maryellen. and Jimmy. Thanks to Kristen for not 
only being my little sister, but also my best friend! 
fhanks for all of our late night "chats." Kevin. 
Mom and Dad-what can I say, you guys are the 
best!! Words can not express how much you mean 
10 me. You both have helped me through so much. 
I love you. Also thanks to everyone else who has 
made these past four years the best. Future 
(ioals: To stay with one guy long enough to marry 
him. .A.nd to have a bunch of kids that are as quiet 
as mc- 

Theresa Concannon 

35 Glenridge Drive 

\ctivities: Flag Squad 1,2. asst. capt. 3, co-capt. 
4; Track 1.3; Concert Band 1,2,3.4: Student Produc- 
tion Night 3.4; Tournament of Plays 4; SADD 
2.3.4; A.F.S. 2. secretary 4; French Club 2,3,4; 
Yearbook 4; West Concord Dance Academy 
5,6.7.8,9.10: Scholarship Telethon 3.4: Educa- 
iional Research Program 4; French Exchange 3.4; 
Marching Auxilliaries 4; Philadelphia Trip 1: 
<,)uchec Trip 2; Youth Ministry 3,4; Spirit Week 
i 2 - 4: Spirit Games 2,3; Bleachers 4; Lloyd 

i-itations 4; Study groups 4; Gerbil Announce- 
ments 1.2,3.4; Annoyed Mrs. Rainis 1,2,3.4. 
Thanks To: My parents and my entire family 
Irom Amy to Patty (that's Nikki. Jessie, Puff. 
Rdsel, Elton Tracy, Herby, Zorky, Rita, Pansy, 
Major Tom, Edie, Elsie too). Liselle (Live-a-Iot) 
tor being my best friend and accepting me. no matter 
Ahat happened. And of course 1 couldn't forget 

Dukes of Hazards!" Thanks for the bunny 
i[,iseresa). Sorry about the rug burn. Never stop 
blasting "jetplane". The movie theatre episode was 
kind of funny too- "Bang a U-y !". sure is dark in 
here, etc, . etc. Thanks for all the great times and 
c \ eryihing \ ou *ve done for me-1 love you-you "re 
iruly neat and good at sports! Mr. and Mrs, Alba 
and Musy for being great; Lynna for being a good 
listener and visiting Lloyd with me: Barb (Dina) 
lor helping me see what's really important and for 
pulling in an effort to carry on the gerbil legacy: 
Jen W. for your spontaneity and making me laugh 
I Peanuts character-Youth Ministry 90-9 1 , sure is 
dark in here. 1 would gladly be the leader of your 
mission!): Kristen for being my support during the 



French Exchange Trip (and the Irish guys); Grc 
for staying up till three o'clock with me oi 
Youth Ministry ski trip; Eric for making me 
and for showering a room with triscuits wiili 
Rachael B. (wee) for being my flag budd>- ^ 
playing like Nintendo!"; Lisa B. for still 
to me even though I'm a bad letter writer!; \* 
Mrs. Berkowiiz and Valenline-Yo baby; See- 
despising me in junior high and not letir 
forget it. "Would you have a phone, and i 
that phone have a number?"; Katie for being a i|^ 
nice person and for laughing at my stupid lev 
when noone else did: Daymion because you 
you love me; Chuck B. because it's stupid 
F.(Raool), Dave W., Brian S., and Lester; P. 
Jon (Tommy Thunder-Jen told me to write 
for being Pete and Jon: Josh K. for bringing ■ 
weirdness in me; Craig W.. Caroline, Kell 
Chuck A. (my nephew). for being the 
freshmen; Yung-Hsin, Ivan (France). Crai 
Pete A,, for just being nice guys: Jen P. for Li 
at a green spring with me; Karie uh.. .excuse 
don'l think this is open; Marcy for letting n). 
your shoulder; Darlene for being such a 
flagger; Nana-kyi for being one of the nicest 
I've ever met; Joyce. Keri. Karen, and Kell |u 
being fun people to be around; Laurie. -Armr I (1 
You Bowen), Injo. Alouise. Freddy. Rach. 
Brian D., Vin, Allison. Maryellen. Kim S 
and Adam P: Also Brian F,. don't forgel lo r 
the marching band circle next year! Ever\ b 
flags since 1989 and the current squad: Lis„ 
Tara. Darlene (Beans). Tricia. Amy, 
Nicovanna, Rachael (wee-wee). Kelly (we j 
champions), and Angie. And of course 
Gullage and Tracy too-thank you!! Ever\b 
Youth Ministry since 1990. Father Picard 
advisors too! Chris-I wonder if by the iin 
is printed. \ou will have reached your goal 
and if I'd approve of them! I Jim-Let" s do 
again. Everybody at work-now I can go to . 
and already know how to file. Mrs. Raini 
for letting me annoy you and everythu . 
you've done for me! ! Mr. Pavao. Mr. Pain. . 
Stevenson, Miss Lohrum, Mr. Pilla. 
O'Malley, Mrs. Sorgi, Mr. Barbas, and 
Dowling. Thanks to everybody who has afi 
me in a positive way or taught me somethir 
importance! Future Goals: To always 
friends that u ill accept me, and not put up 
people who won"t. To never become disgust 
rich, to bring up a family as close as the one I 
brought up in. and to cure my gerbil of hi- 
i n f ec I i on . 

Marcy Correia 

19 Harvard Drive 

Activities: Field Hockey 2. varsity 3.4; 
ball I. varsity 2,3." captain 4; Prom decoratir 
SADD 4. Thanks To: Everyone that knou 
for putting up with my incredible attitude 
lem. I know it isn't easy; Lisette( Lisit) for a 
being there when I needed you and for makin 
laugh. Never forget that cows go "moo" at 
and they're tippable. Steph for being Pr 
sorry about New Year's Eve. Jen("J") for h 
a terometer on Tanksgiving Tursday. Theres. 
being neutral and for all the gerbil updait 
French, Karie for having an equally huge alt 
Beth for always driving when none of us >. 
Jenny (Genvieve) qui est mon amie Francaise t 
ite-n"oubliez jamais: Je veux. Egg, rev me up^'* 
me up. my little buttercup, et ne le regarde pj 
t 'adore beaucoup. ma petite oeuf. Kelly (bag 
all the laughs all the time-never stop mat 
GRAMPAW! Zuzka for all the details-my 
is still in china; remember you are here. w> 
there, but you are definitely not there. Anik' 
my first party. Moe for that laugh. Michel 1 
letting me do "Go. fight, win" with you. 
(bzgeega) for your advice whenever I needc 
thanks for listening, Joyce-you know I 
will!, Karen for letting me borrow your car. i 
for being my make-up partner in Mr. K's 
class and fellow dentist. The Guys: Dan for I 
me beat >ou up whenever 1 have a problem an 
being the hottest doctor I've ever met, Rob 
lot of good times, Nat-1 hate that stuff!. En 
really should play basketball, Dave C for a 
smiling, Dave T.-nice socks, but please peg 
pants! Tim(O.P.P.) for having Tiffy's 
Charlie for the punch. Steve for having a ch 
butt, and Brain S. for being the funniest per 
know and for always cheering me up when 
down-never stop dancing in your chair. O p! 
Also lo Sean for putting up with ever> 



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Wavne tor going to the prom wiih me, Dave L. for 
being m> favorite smelly football player. Kerry 
p lor living two houses away and always lelling 
me in when I needed to talk-it means a lot ; oui, 
voire petite enfant est ires mignon!. Jodi R for being 
mv inspiration and for never letting me quii-I will 
eveniually learn to slide!. Ro for being my favorite 
sophomore and fellow pitcher. Jen H. for running 
around the bases in your bra-Did we ever pay you?. 
Dave W. for being the best coach in the world. 
Scott S for teaching me how to pitch, the CVS 
:rew, and to anyone and everyone else I might have 
forgotten. Special thanks to my mom and dad for 
never giving up on me and for being the best parents 
\ kid could have. Now. about that car.... Future 
Goals: To graduate college, be successful, marry 
he man of my dreams, and eventually get my 
utiiude problem under control. 

Cynthia Coviello 

\2 Brooksbie Road 

\clivities: After school job. Thanks To: I 
*ould like to thank my Mom and Dad. I realized 

. IS I was growing up I always got what I needed, 
rhey always thought of me first before them- 
. elves. I know I've put you through a lot of grief, 
lui I appreciate all you have done. Thank you so 
nuch for being the best parents possible. Just don't 
orget how much I love you! Amy D. for all the 
imes you took me to New Hampshire. Don't 
orget; "Oh no. I'm fine" and "it's not you it's just 
hat one piece of hair". Thanks for all the closeness 
ou've given me even if we go separate ways-Don"t 
orget me Lady. I love ya tons! Thanks to all the 
nends up in New Hampshire, who have brought 
jughter to my face and memories to my heart. I'll 
tcNcr forget any of them. Charlie, thanks for 
aving a fun yard when we needed some excitement 
n ihe day. For all the times we rode Trikes and dirt 
'ikes and the mud hole in the yard. Don't forget 
jod (Rob) and "Is there a problem?" Gregg, thanks 

; or being so good to Ames and listening to my 
roblems. We never were close, but we've had our 

' un. Thanks to Brian S. for being my big brother. 
'11 never forget how close we were. You became 
big part of my life. Bob L. thanks for letting us 
ag on you and Sally and good luck with the 
ddition. Thanks to all the people who trusted 
vmy and 1 being rebels. Thanks to all the nature 
ikes, mudding rides, and all the other crazy 
dventures we all went on. Community, for being 
ur hangout and Derek. I'll never forget the 
lemorics we shared. Just be happy for me, okay? 
usi remember the times of fun. Don't forget Satan 
)ves you brother, Ozzy rules! Woohoo! Sheena. 
hy did you stick your nose in the trash? Elina D.. 
ir being a great listener and don't forget the 
mcrgency slop sign. Jeff J., and Chuck M. remem- 
er the beach incident with the keys and the wedge 
iri at the pool hall, if I forgot anyone I apologize. 

II never forget the memories I've had and I hope 
ou won't. Most of all. thanks to Brian T. for being 
le absolute best person to spend my life with. 

• ou've brought me all the happiness in the world 
nd more to come. You've given me all the love a 
erson could want. I promise I'll make you happy. 
matter what people say about our future it's 

^ urs to live, as long as we stay together we will 
e happy. Especially when the new one comes. It 
ill be more of a happy gift to us. Thanks for being 
'V honey. Thanks to everyone who cared, like 
eather S. at work. Thanks for helping me 
trough everything. Please every one of you stay 

I appy throughout life, it helps you to make things 
isier on getting old. Future Goals: To be as 
appy as I can be. I d like lo be happy with the 
;cision I have chosen. I do want to be as successful 

I > everyone else. I'd like to be a Legal Secretary 

' hen (he time is right in life. By the time I go to 
>llege. I'll probably be married and a mother, so 
\^ant to be a great mother. I also want to be the 
u-elest wife to my fiance. Brian Towne. who I 
're deeply for. However my life turns out. I want 
^^e proud of the decisions I have made. What 
Ji'ers is being happy. 

tephen Craig 

Fox Run Road 

clivitles: Soccer 1.2: Basketball 1: Varsity 
'^r<'^se 1.2.3.4: Indoor Track 2: Choir 1.2; Barber 
Octet 3: SADD 3.4; Yearbook 3. Thanks 
' I'd like to thank my mother and father for 
li ini: up with me for the last couple of years. 

III and David for being there for me. Papa and 

and Gidey and Grandma for watching over 
Special thanks to the McAllister family for 



all the talks with the "rents". All the adventures 
with the Di Vinci brothers and all the radical 
summers. Thanks to all my friends for the crazy 
times. Nat-Purity. Palosa. the ramp, and the insane 
nights at the parlies with the Chili Peppers 
cranked. Dave F. for all the kookie adventures with 
the Brothers cup! Dave C. for all the kookie road 
trips. Dan for all the Bundy quotes and for keeping 
the parties going. Lou for smelling so sweet! Jeff, 
J. for all the friendly advice. Daymion for always 
having dog hair in the food. Eric for the Hammer/ 
Vic Tour 90-9 1 Planner rulz. the other Steve for 
all the confusion. Caliey-for all the dreamin' Josh 
B. for takini: call speed spanking lessons. Josh K. 
for not sniffing the glue in Art with Aniko and Eric 
S. Oh yea. ..that mouse fart person. Tobey smell 
what? Holdcn a pickle. Ed for being a base Jedi 
Warrior, the little kid for the mad hack sessions. 
Barry Smurfcart for not having a crunch. Mary. 
Christine. Brian and Val for helping me save the 
universe. The Kyvelos Family for all the kindness- 
Sleph for all the badness. Matt for all the radness! 
Aniko for being there for the pro opinion and 
voguing with me may we always be art buddies. 
Debbie for all the laughs at that guy. "Shoewaha. 
Shoe waha. Shoehaw?" Elina for not spanking my 
calf. Keri for all the times you. Karen. Moe. and 
Anita beat me with that darn green loaf of soggy 
bread dipped in Mayo. And Kelly for jusi watch- 
ing this felony. Rachel 2 for the pickel power I 
now possess on my head. The Alexanders Crew. 
Beth. Sleph you guys bring new meaning to the 
words Honey buns. Liselte and Theresa for the 
operation performed on me {it was close). Lorie and 
Niachi for the Magic. Zuzka for all the Beatles and 
worms we ate together during those long nights. 
Young for teaching me the Black Death Claw's 
technique. Donna for sharing all her knowledge. 
All the Jenns for all the confusion. Jen S. and 
Chickenbutt. Beth, Jenn and Ann for believing in 
the spirit of Captain Tuna! John G. for making the 
plan. The forehead boy. (Parker Lewis), and of 
course Adam for the MoFo Party Plan (Chip), the 
Chili's rule. That Merril kid named Chris, oh yeah 
that Brendan Fishhead. Jenn Callahan and Miss 
McGovern Babe for all the planets we conquered 
in our galactic conquest, tour 89-91. To the hard core 
shreaders. you know who you are, my sister's 
friends, all my brother's evil friends. Eric the 
froglegs, the Youngs. Greg (the wet one), and the 
rest of the rad clan. Also, to all my friends, 
relatives, aunts and uncles. Special thanks to all the 
girls, women, and babes I've met along the way. 
Maybe one day we'll meet again. And last but not 
least, a world of thanks lo all the teachers from 
Elementary through today, I've ever had. Espe- 
cially Mrs. Saverechie. a wonderful person, teacher 
and most of all a friend. Mr. McDonald for the 
latest word on local concerts and groups. Mr. 
Barron for his advice on my work. Mr. Maxwell 
for being an outstanding teacher and a great friend 
to all. Mr. Reynolds. Mr.Spinosa. Mr.Dameron. of 
course Mr. Carlson. Miss Craig. Mr.Pillahead. 
Mrs.Gullage. and the best Math teacher in the 
world. Mrs.Miele. Mr.Kelley. Mrs. Lohrum for 
always making the time for me. and of course the 
Jehle sisters. Future Goals: To move as far away 
from Mass. as possible, live near a mountain range, 
snowboard the most vertically powdered face, 
blast the sickeslly tweaked mega air, drive a jeep. 
And settle down with the most beautiful, intel- 
ligent woman and live in a cabin for the rest of m\ 
radical days. 

Mike Dallman 

20C Scott Circle 

Thanks To: Mrs. Bosak. Mrs. Savarino, Stai. \ 
Wi taker. Ryan Desjean, Mom and Dad. Mrs. Jordan 
and Ms. Light. Future Goals: To become a 
Computer Engineer. 

Jennifer Lynn Davies 

105 Offult Road 

.Activities: Having fun. talking on the phon^. 
partying, and having out with my boyfriend and 
friends. 1 .2,3.4. Thanks To: K.Lehmann — if it 
wasn't for you I would've been lost — you are a 
great friend. K.Cardile — you were always there for 
me — no matter what — I miss you. T. Romanick — 
you are awesome-never forget lunch every other 
day — and don't forget the times out of school 
D.Jones — "You Know"— partying with you was 
great. A. Duggan — you are awesome — Marine & 
Acounting wouldn't have been the same w ithout 
you. T.Davis— you are a great friend— good luck 
with "Baby" Pavelos. S. Whiieaker — drives Ed 



good luck in the future. N.McAllistcr— I 'm gonna 
miss you so much — don'i forget the great times we 
had together— I love you. Buddy, Daymion — you 
are the sweetest guy I know-I love you. too. 
Buddy. D.Hunt— you are the balls— partying wiih 
you was the best — stay out of trouble. S.Craig — 
keep telling jokes, J.Jeanellc — you always looked 
out for me — I ihank you for that — I'm really gonna 
miss you. C.Macc + E.Young— English was cool — 
you guys are awesome — don't ever change. Dukie — 
"Button you fly" — Keep cool — and stop getting into 
trouble. The Basey Bunch: M. Zwally. B. Hildreih. 
M. Boberinze. M. Ingalls. C. Wallin, E. Amaya. 
L. Amaya. M. Mazingo. Adam L.. J. Garrison, nino. 
and B. Boutin — I'll never forget you guys — don't 
ever change-stay crazy. A. Hildreth — since I've 
known you— We've fought, laughed, and cried 
together — You are a great friend-Good Luck next 
year. K. Wendall — Arkansas woman — stay cool 
and keep the altitude. A. Feierabend — too bad you 
moved, maybe things will work out for you 
someday — take care. M. Colliton — keep laughing. 
D.Clements — partying with you was a riot. C. 
Miller — thanx for helping me in Accounting. R. 
Stanley — stay crazy and keep making people laugh. 
T. Callahan — stay the way you are — good luck in 
the future. S. Cestrone — Remember 4th of July, 
going into Boston — having a blast — Slay sweei — 
party on. R. Rivera — you are an awesome class 
president — coming straight from the first lady — 
I'll miss you. L. Pitchel — you are so cool — never 
forget the bathroom. The Bathroom Bunch — you 
know who you are. C. Coviello — good luck in the 
future — Never forget us juniors in a sophomore 
homeroom. J. Carrol — You are hilarious — don't 
forget the parlies and driving around in the boa:. 
A. Craig — summer school — and gym was a blast. 
Aniko — you are wicked fun to hang around with — 
remember spirit games. Daymion 's House — sw im- 
ming. Anita B. — you are a good friend, so don't e\cr 
change. Kristina M. — you have the best attitude 
towards life^ — You are awesome. S. Johnson — Great 
Wall— lake out — billiting — I'll never forget that 
night — Keep dancing, babe. 1 hope we always 
remain friends. And to everyone I forgot to write — 
thanx for making my senior year the best. Special 
Thanx to: My parents, you both stood by me 100%. 
You believed in me and that helped. I love you both 
extremely much! Lesley — you're the best sister 
anyone could ask for — thanx for being there for me. 
To my grandparents. Aunts. Uncles, and Cousins, 
you all helped, too. Paul-my senior year wouldn't 
have been the same without you. You have helped 
me understand thai school was important. You 
always stood by my side no matter what. I hope 
our future together is long and happy. I love you 
with all my heart! And I care about you deeply! 
Bye Bedford High. Future Goals: To have a 
happy life wiih a husband and 2 kids: Kayla and 
Brandon. To be ihe best house wife ever. And never 
forget the memories. Also, to be rich, and to own 
a red B.M.W. (any year). 

Tina E. Davis 

93B Scott Circle 

Thanks To: Special Thanks to Mom and Dad for 
not giving up on me! Thanks to Jimmy and Melissa 
for just being plain old pains in the butt. Thanks 
lo Michelle lor wearing all my clothes. Thanks lo 
the Pa V las family, especially Dave for putting up 
with me for so long. Thanks lo the Richards family 
for being such good friends. Thanks to Kristina for 
being there and being such a good friend. Thanks to 
all my friends who I went to school with and got 
in trouble with. Thanks to all the teachers thai put 
up wiih me. .And thanks to the principals for 
suspending me all those limes. Thanks to everyone 
I know that I didn't mention. I love you. Mom and 
Dad and of course I love you loo. Dave. Future 
Goals: To maybe go on to college. To be a good 
mother (like mine) and to succeed in whatever I do. 

Krista Denaro 

99 South Road 

Activities: Majorettes 3.4; Spring Track 1.2: 
Softball 2; Prom decorating 3,4; Powderpuff 3.4; 
Homeroom Rep. 1 ,2.3; Hall decorating 1 ,2.3: 
SADD 3.4; Yearbook 4. Thanks To: Jenny and 
Joyce-you guys, the girls was the best (Kel, 
Aniko. Joyce. Jenny)-UUU Oul!.128 South. 2 
o'clock breakout, our stolen X-Mas tree, the Green 
Room, and Ricky raccoon. Thanks for being so close 
in '90. Joycc-neighbor-lo-neighbor; "Irene comin 
at U live." Aniko (Ani-Ho) you're the balls and 
thanks for all the advice and those movie/soccer 
Sundays. I couldn " i have made it w ithoul \ ou- 




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thanks so much! Kelly, thanks for an awesome 
Tricndship between us. Ill never forgel Feb. 17 or 
Aug. 3. "change my diaper " lolal nightmare- we 
were hysterical or all our good limes. Keep 
matching. Rusty I'll always remember you tool 
Dave T. thanks for always having a joke for me. 
Prune dog for all those talks and being an awesome 
person. Keri-thanks for giving me the best summer 
of my life '90! Karen, thanks for making fun of my 
cool white boots in first grade. Jen P. "everybody 
flip. " Marcy-I hope you end up being a dentist! 
Nickey L-nol da mama. Aloise you're the balls! To 
all the culies of '93 (Michelle. Kristen. Terri. 
Rachael) don't mix at seclusive parties!! Shhh. 
Michelle D. don't forget to wear your sunglasses 
and be seclusive. Sieph (tentwoman) you're a 
rebel. 7th grade Tumbleweeds was funny! 
Pita(Geega) thanks for making me laugh so hard 
"make my bed soon." Edwin (bush) thanks for 
being such a good friend and being so funny.I'll 
never forget you. Zuzka-whal can I say but you're 
very descriptive! Nat. giraffe, giraffe. Dan you're 
Purity-bound, Lou. Tim. Rob. Daymion. Strazz, 
Eric Y(schemer) thanks for all those talks. Dave 
C.-I love you guys! Moe-you're one of the best 
friends anyone could have! Thanks for being there 
(always!) and sharing such good times together, 
John, thanks for being you and making our relation- 
ship so special. I love you and wish you the very 
best!! Also. Ms. Lohrum thanks for ail you've done 
and your help! Most of all thanks to my parents 
and family for everything you've done and putting 
up with me. Finally Brandy, Smudge, and Peanui 

1 love you guys; but walk yourselves! For every- 
one I mentioned and those who I forgot-GOOD 
LUCK in all you do and keep in touch! ! Future 
Goals: To meet Tom Cruise before I die! And 
someday-get my bush cut at Edwin's Bushualsl 
Mostly , to get married and he VERY happy, and 
have a summer home in the Virgin Islands. 

David Anthony DeSantis 

2 Temple Terrace 

Activities: I don't remember. I've done some 
stuff! Thanks To: First. I would like to thank 
the big guy up in the sky (No. not you Mr. Kelly) 
for watching over me and for protecting me. 1 
would like to thank my Mom and Dad for being 
my real parents for these 1 7 years of my life (they 
have been interesting if nothing else.) I would like 
to thank Debbie for sticking up for me when I was 
right and setting me straight when I was wrong. 
I also want to thank Mike for adding flavor and fun 
to my life and for telling me. I am "OK!" I also want 
to thank my grandparents {both sets) for giving me 
all the love and attention I need. 1 would like to 
thank Mr. and Mrs. Keefe for being my second sei 
of parents. Thank you Kristen and Mom (number 
2) for being great friends to me and always having 
good advice. Thanx to Steph for being my Female 
Italian Buddy. Thanx to Peter (Are you a water 
buffalo?) for good music and being a good Guy 
(Your mother's watching. Why are we here? 
Addicted to that Rush.) Thanx to Vin for being 
Master of the Universe (Storm warning, but 
there's no fear.) Thanx to Michelle for being my 
friend, even though we've had some troubles. 
Thanx to Karie for being "Wicked Cool" and you 
will accept the offer someday. Thanx to Josh for 
never being boring, for exposing me to interesting 
music and different ideas, for the countless times 
we've messed up your house (Fresh O.J.). for Eaten 
Bread (Worcester Centrum, year 2010) and for 
being a good guy. Thanx to Brian for always 
Rockin' the House and being original. Thanx to 
Mat I (Uncle Willie with the silver hair) for the 
memories (the Knell house glasses, T.S. at 4 AM. 
"Looking out the window of a crummy hotel on 
Washington Square", Ken's baked beans, calzones. 
"Help me. I'm a beached whale") and for being a 
great friend. Thanx to Alessi for being a "Nice Boy- 
Thank God for "Sparks'. Thanx to Feldman for 
being my driving buddy (Oh, No), Quitters Club, 
C.U.P., "Catch the ball Darren Feldman." "Mort 
than a couple of bufks". "My washing machine 
flooded the basement", "I had to mow my lay.n' 
"I have to go camping", "Easy Charlie" and for beini: 
cool. Thanx to Scott (ABABABA. Level 2 here 1 
come, I'm a ninja. Scotty B. your mother's watch 
ing, George!) Thanx for not beating me up and for 
being fun. Thanx to Frank (Seinfeld. May Ray not 
be with you. Average Joe) Thanx to Terry B. for 
being a good friend with good advice. Thanx to 
Patty for being the best date I ever had. Thanx to 
Blake for (XOXO). Thanx to Al Bundy. An- 
drew Dice Ctay. Archie Bunker and old Sl\ 



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Stallone (Rocky) for helping me build my person- 
ality. Thanx to Judas Priest, Rush. R.T.Z.. Tri- 
umph, Led Zeppelin, Queensryche, Def Leppard. 
Yes, Van Halen, L.S.. Spinal Tap. Queen. S.R.V.. 
Robert Johnson, Rick Emmett. Jeff Beck. Joe 
Sairian. Eric Johnson, and my other heroes for 
inspiration and many hours of listening. Thanx to 
Wenlworth for being the funniest man I know. 
P.P. will never compare to you! There's too much 
to write down, so just Thanx! Thanx to Eric for 
being a better drummer than Neil Pert and a best 
friend. Remember Saturday Afternoon D+D, Cape 
Cod: SPANKY PANTS, and all the good limes 
\>.e'vc shared, Thanx to Dave F. for being my Little 
Buddy in Blue (I'm glad I didn't listen to Dad) 
Thanx for all the fun (meet Botany!) and ail ihe 
laughs. You have been a great buddy. Thanx to Jen 
Carson for being the crucial button on my shirt, for 
being so cheap (only a penny) and for having the 
best family in the world. You filled a lot of shoes 
and made your own in my life that can't ever be 
tilled again. Thanx sweets for putting up with me. 
Thanx to Maureen for being so great. I just can t 
write it down. You're the best, and I really don't 
deserve a friend like you. Thanx to Patrick (Luigi). 
You are the greatest, bestest friend a guy could ever 
have. We've had more memories than anyone. 
FORWARD ROLL LIVES ON! Thanx cause you're 
the best! Last of all, thanx to Leah. Without you. 
I could not live. Future Goals: I would like 
to make Candy Duffer (saxuality) queen of my 
harem; to move to Holland but have a summer 
home in New Hampshire; to be the best guitar 
[ilayer that ever lived and to tour the Universe 
A ith Leah. 

Maureen Devlin 

30 Pine Hill Road 

Activities: Choir 1; Madrigal 2.3,4; Double 
Sextette 1.2.3.4; Show Choir 2.3.4: Drama Club 
I.2..V4; French Club 1.2.3.4; Forum. 1,2.3,4; NHS 
v4 Musical 1,2,3,4; Girls' Slate 3; Hall Decorating 
1,2.^,4; Prom Decorating 3.4. Thanks To: Mom 
and Dad for all the love and support, for listening 
It' so many hours of practicing and going to so many 
^uncerls; Leena (nut?) for being the greatest baby 
sister ever; Jen, my bestest friend, for listening to 
me whenever I needed you and asking nothing in 
return; Tara. for all the math answers; Andria. for 
SYMS part 1 and 2; Jacqui for being more percep- 
tive than I was; Debbi for the sleepovers and 
advice; 1 love you guys-I'd never have survived 
w ithout you all ! ! Thanks also to Malt K., Brian S., 
Craig. Brian F., Chris C Alex. Daymion, Gretchen. 
Jodi. Lisa. Marcy, John. Laurie. Mark. Dave G.. 
Dave H.. Steve. Margaret, everybody at youth 
ministry. M. Rainis pour tous les conseils, Mr. 
Li)w. the DeSantises. Debbie and Mike, the Carsons. 
Mrs. Mclnnis, Brad Whitford, Eric Johnson, and 
especially Dave -it hasn't always been easy, but it 
has always been worth it! Thank you for showing 
me that it's possible to have the courage to follow 
your dreams. Future Goals: Etre heureuse dans 
ma peau: to always be healthy and happy; to live 
a life filled with music; to sing on Broadway-just 
once!; to be there for Dave's first concert. ..oh, and 
lo he there for Jen and Matt's wedding. 

Michelle DiNisco 

18 Temple Terrace 

Activities: Field Hockey 1.2.3. Capt. 4; Track 
1; Treasurer 1; Spanish Club I; Latin Club 2; Hall 
Decorating 1.2.3.4; Prom Decorating 3: Powder 
Puff 4; Face Painting 3.4; Yearbook 4. Thanks 
To: The Senior Squids: Joyce for sharing the best 
gluies. Steph for the lent and our after prom Bar- 
B-Q. Aniko for your hamburguesa. Karen, let's get 
"-ome mini eggs. Keri for all your parties. Colorado. 
K+M radio, and a wicked clean room. Zuzka for 
.ilways giving the most graphic details. Anita for 
laying a Spic chic for 4 years-never forget Ms. 
("urran's class with Jon and Mark. Kelly, you 
ilways manage to spill something purple, never 
torget the missions. Krista. "I'm wearing my 
sunglasses because someone might see me!" Jenny- 
I hanks for the most fun I ever had on a Tuesday!! 
Oh my God they're following us! " and all our pre- 
l.incc gatherings. Thanks for always being there 
A hen I needed you!-You guys have made the last 
lour years the best. Dan. Nat. Lou. Daymion. Rob. 
ind Dave-you guys are awesome! Nat. thanks for 
.oming home March 1.1991! Tim you are a horrible 
driver! Brendan-Andy is going to be awesome! Ed. 
Eric Y.. Buck, and Chris-you kept me laughing! 
Rachel, why don't you have any peanut butter? 
:vx\. don't eat McDonald's on Saturday mornings. 



Michelle, for letting me call 20 times before 
semi! To the Junior guys! You are all awes 
Dave Lord-I want my nutty buddy! John G. 
about the orange juice. Boffa I like to eat cake- 
way. Todd for late night talks. Colin thanks 
growing up! Lisette. how does he do his laun 
Marcy. we survived Wally! Reggie and Jason tr 
Ihe great conversations. Kristen- What do you 
for? How do you feel? The mad one! Thank^ 
being such an awesome "sister." Miss G and 
Duris for always understanding. The '91 
hockey team. A very special thanks to 
Lohrum for always being there. I couldn't 
done it without you! Mike-thanks for ah 
being there, you made the summer of "91 the 
ever! I miss you! To my best friend Maureer )r 
17 years of good and bad times. Thanks 
ALWAYS being there. Don't forget leaving 
early, sporting events, and putting up with Kr 
and my jokes. David-Hello? Thanks for te. 
me for 1 7 years. Cheryl, you are the stroi 
person I know. Thanks for being such a great 
and friend. Mom and Dad thanks for EVF 
THING-doctors and hospitals. You guys arc 
best! I LOVE YOU! Future Goals: To 
Maureen marry one guy and to have our kids 
up to be as weird as we were. 

Tina Doherty 

1 Madel Lane 

Activities: Field Hockey 1.2,3: Spanish 
1.2: Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: 
and Dad for all your support through my tv 
years of school and especially for my close 
clothes. ( Someday I'll clean my room. ) I love 
both very much! Sharon. Mike. Gayle. Rob 
Chris you were all friends as well as brother- 
sisters, thanks for being there for me. Love Yol 
My best friend Laurie, where should I begin. [ 
forgel Jane. Frank S.. missions in the car My ' 
and the dinners, shall I go on. You're the best, 
ya! My buddy Amy D, we had a lot of fun 
the last couple of years (you and I were al 
above Laurie and Lisa as far as the pointing sysi 
Remember the 99. Elina for our trips to Frien 
and always making me laugh. Debbie for ma 
field hockey camp adventurous, keep smi 
Andrea for being like my little sister. Sarah G 
Amy P. for making last summer fun. You're 
awesome (not!) Attitudes are flying left and r 
Michelle P. I told you I would thank you 
Burkes for being like a second family. Kath>|)r 
making the three years at Purity fun and for 
trips to the mall. Bill for being a good friend 
1 really needed one. Lisa even though you're )t 
here I had a lot of fun times that I won't fo 
especially mama. I miss you very much. S 
for just being Steven. Joyce for all our little 
in between classes. Maureen. Eric. Jeff. Tina D s 
Nana-Kyi and everyone else in the class of i I. 
thanks and Good Luck! I wouldn't have fore 
you guys. I would lastly like lo ihank the v 
Pietchel family for making me feel so welcorr 
your home, for the dinners and especialh the c 
Future Goals: To graduate from Bedford 1 i 
Go to college, leave Purity, make somethin: 
myself, get married, and marry a rich good loi 
guy that can buy me everything 1 see. 

Elina Droznin 

218 North Road 

Activities: Field Hockey 3,4. Thanks 
Thanks to Lorie for making me laugh so much 
always making fun of me-you're a great kid. 
ever change. Thanks to Stacie R. for always I 
there when I needed someone to talk to and al 
making me feel belter. I don't know what I v 
have done without you. Thanks to Julie B.-\ 
the only person I could talk to in front of a 
bunch of people and noone would know wha 
were talking about. We have known each 
almost all of our lives and you are like a sisi 
mc- 1 hope we won't ever lose touch. Thani 
Tina for always being such a nice person-don'i 
forget Friendly 's. Thanks to Cynthia for al 
getting depressed with me. I hope you. Brian, 
the little one will always be happy. Thank 
Kerri S. for all the partying-it was fun whi 
lasted. Thanks to Lisa for always laughing at 
we have had so many good times togeiher-1 
you. Thanks to Mr. Corliss and Mr. Hunt for 
the best teachers I ever had. Thanks to Steve. 5 
Daymion for always letting me use his comi 
Rob for always whaling on me in seventh 
eighth grade. Thanks to Fran and anyone e 
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class of '92- You "re all the balls! ! Special thanks 
Debbie-we have been friends for at least five 
vears. it seemed like forever-ha. Don't forget all 
the great times we had logelher-I'll always 
remember "1 don't know you know." "What?." the 
chicken dance. I read in a magazine.... Come on wake 
up. Debbie it's only 6:00 a.m. I know but I'm 
ihirsiy. Can you get me some water please. Elina 
wake up. What it's 8 a.m., I can't sleep get me a 
magazine, please... Don't forget the beach prep 
auys. Tom with the mint car. You could have the 
blonde one. The birds are out chirping it's lime to 
ao home now. summer of '88. You have always 
been there for me when I needed someone to talk 
even though you never said much, the stupid 
things you would say always cheered me up. You 
have been the best friend I ever had and I don't 
know what ! would have done without you. 
Thanks!!! Special, special thanks to my Mom-you 
have always understood me and I know I could 
always talk to you. Thanks for being such a great 
mom bul most of all thanks for being such a great 
friend. Thanks to Dad for being so funny and cute 
jnd always taking care of me when I was sick. 
Thanks to my brother and his wife-you guys have 
been great, you have taught me soooo much and I 
wouldn't ever ask for another brother. And thanks 
to Homm^ my cat. I love you all. Future Goals: 
To graduate from college, own a big business, 
marry a dentist, become a millionaire, buy out 
Purity, and fire everyone that I don't like. 

Amy Duggan 

2} Alaska Drive 

Thanks To; 1 would like to thank Mom. Dad, 
Kathleen and Gregg for helping me to get through 
ihis. and for not giving up on me. Cynthia, even 
though so much has changed and we're not that 
close any more, you'll always be my dinkie, and 
despite how I feel, up until the end. for all those 
talks, being silly and for always listening to me. 
bul most of all, just being my dinkie, never forget 
how close we used to be. all the good times we had. 
and of course all of the trouble that we got in. 1 
have had the best of times with you. Good luck 
with everything in the future. Never forget all of 
those shooting stars, all the times we said "they'll 
never know" and then they were waiting for us. 
I'm fine" tee hee hee. and most of all. all of those 
parties. Good luck lady. I love you. And never 
forget me or the times that we had. or that Satan 
loves you sister! Thanks to Laurie. Tina D.. Michele 
E . Tina DePietro. Heidi, Brandi. Hope, Jackie. Gail, 
Sijccy and Miss Ignorant Lisa, you guys are the 
best, thanks for all of the good times and good 
memories and thanks for just being you. Thanks 
10 Siacey for everything, and I'm sorry for not 
i'.atching you on New Year's. Laurie and Tina for 
Idling me horrify you all of those times, and for 
heing there when I needed somebody and Laurie, 
\ou know that Tina and I are the best at your stupid 
stem!! Thanks to Charlie for all of those good 
limes, and for always being home when we 
v\andered up and for all helping us stumble away. 
Thanks to Sheena for that unforgelable cork 
incident. And thanks to Eric for helping me get 
through L's class. And I hope that everything 
uorks out for you. Thanks to the bathroom gang 
tor all of the butts and gossip between periods. Jen 
r>. Tina D (good luck). Christeana, Stacey. Laurie, 
and all of the other butt heads. Remember all of 
ihosc laughs at lunch, "no, I thought it was ziti" 
and 10 all the times that some body blew chunks, 
other than me! Remember Ms.Ickle and Ms.Kelley. 
■'ob.. sob.. I know that they will never forget us! 
A VERY big thanks for everything, you've been 
•-0 good to me. and pay back for all of those gray 
hairs you got worrying about me. I'll support you 
iind the Larrymisier after I make my first million. 
Thanks again for everything! And you too Ms. 
Lohrum. Thank you very much for helping me gel 
through this, for always sticking up for me. for 
li'siening to me, and especially for supplying all 
ihose tissues for me! You guys are the reason that 
I didn't lose my mind in here. Thank you, thank 
>ou. I really couldn't have done it without you 
THANK YOU!!!!!!!! And an extra special thanks 
'0 all of Ihose people who made it so hard for me 
get through here, and gave me such a hard time, 
because you all have given me an extra push to make 
rnyself an even bigger success than I would have 
fieen before. I'll be sure to look you all up when 
' am a bigger success at thirty than all of you put 
ogether at your prime!!!!!!! Thanks for all of those 
imes you gave me a hard time because my success 
^"11 be my revenge! And if I didn't mention 



anybody. I didn't forget you. and want to thank 
everybody for putting up with me and for being 
there for me when I needed somebody, thanks to 
everyone at one time or another. I can't believe it's 
all over, time to go our separate ways. I want lo 
w ish everybody good luck in the future best of 
luck and life. And last and least thanks for nothing 

Pam Future Goals: To be happ\ am! i^h. 

To own a beautiful home with lots and Utis nl land 
to run around and frolic on. Have a go{»d job. lots 
of animals and a black panther. To be able to retire 
early and live happily ever after with Gregg. 

Gretchen Ela 

12 Revolutionary Ridge Road 

Activities: Field Hockey J.V. 2; Varsity 3.4: 
Softball J.V. 1.2: Varsity 3.4: Winter Track 3.4, 
Band Secretary 3,4; Marching Band 1 .2.3.4: Double 
Sextette 3.4; Show Choir 4; Telemedia 2.3.4; 
Drama Club 1 .2.3.4; Tournament of Plays 1 ,2.3.4; 
Student Production Night 1.2.3.4; Spring Play 3.4. 
French Club 1,2.3; Secretary 4; A.F.S. 2.3.4: 
Science Team 3,4; Hall Decorating i,2.3.4; Prom 
Decorating: N.H.S. 3, Secretary 4; SADD 2.3.4; 
Math League 2,3,4; Musical 1.2,3,4; Forum 2; 
Yearbook Photographer 4; Variety Show 2.4; 
Wedge wood Swim Team 1 ,2; Ballet 1.2; Youth 
Ministry 3,4; Varsity Ultimate Frisbee (Summer 
of 1991). Thanks To: Mom and Dad for never 
pressuring me and always being there to talk to; 
Beth and Kristen for putting up with me-l'll miss 
you guys; Brad for understanding me. for being my 
best friend and so much more: Kathy for Ouija 
boards, toilet paper wars, and always being there 
to talk to; Donna for advising me through "life 
crises"; Amy W. for never letting me give up In 
track and being a good listener; Kevin and Jack for 
pink stuff, calling me blond and making me laugh; 
Sam for helping me survive physics and being a 
sweet person: Lisa K., Joe S.. Joe P.. Jon K., and 
Sash a for mini golf, the proms and lots of other 
great times; all of you for going off to college and 
leaving me!; Theresa for all our long, long talks 
about life and many Y.M. adventures; Lisa C. for 
always cheering me up when I'm down and being 
a fellow "Junior" among all the "Seniors"; Jodi for 
being the only person as busy as I am and a great 
Iriend; Jacqui for so many years of experiences and 
being a great person to confide in: Lisette for many 
afternoons at Wedgewood; Lynna. Kristen. and 
Katie H. for being so friendly: Sage for sticking it 
out with me in ballet: Jen W. and Barb-whip cream 
makes good hair mousse: Dave F. -Happy Birthday 
Raoul; Jon H.. Eric. Pete L. and Lester for making 
me laugh; Dave W. for some great dancing in gym 
class: Karen for being such a pretty, friendly, nice 
person; Andria for 63 unanswered notes (sorry!), 
many years of band, and being a great friend: Craig 
for some chouette projects and being easy to talk 
to; Dave T. for all the Mrs. Field's cookies at Day 
Camp and many years of entertaining classes; Ivan; 
Jill for never being afraid to be yourself; Sara C. 
for being one of the sweetest people I know; Frank 
for being so funny; Jen C. and Tara for being sweet 
and friendly: Rachel; Freddy; Zuzka for being a 
great captain and friend; Stephanie for twelve years 
of friendship; Michelle. Maureen, Keri and Marcy 
for making Field Hockey so much fun; Daymion for 
always being so sincere and friendly; Aloise- 
bonjour; Laurie-my dear junior, have fun next 
year!; Maureen D. and Debbi for many years of 
friendship; Pete A. for being so quiet but really 
nice; Father Picardi for being someone I can talk to 
and a true friend; and last but not least Chris 
Manning and Jim Theophile just for being cool 
Future Goals: To get a clue; to decide what to 
do with my life: to "kill" people in field hockey : 
to design bleachers I can't fall through while 
wearing a tuba; to have a little bakery when I'm 
a little old lady; to never forget how wonderful 
high school was; and to always be happy. 

Jason Eldridge 

261 Great Road 

Activities: R.O.T.C. 1.2.3.4; Rifle Team 2; 
Drill Team 3.4; Choir 4,5; Class Skipping 2.3.4; 
Not Doing Homework 1.2,3.4; Smoking 3,4.5; 
Detention 3.4. Thanks To: God. for slaying out 
of my life. Tim Patenaude. for the butts. Michelle, 
for thanking me. Colonel Campbell and Chief 
Braga. for putting up with me for 4 years. Mr. 
Low, for giving me a voice, Patti, Heather. Heather. 
Heather. Jason, Alex, Chris. Cindy. Dwayne. 
Beth, Kris. Don. Rick, Jen. Barry, Benji. Trish, 
Jacquie. Steve. Ian, Ed, Anne, Christine, Chris. 
Jesse, and Donna for being friends. Mr. Duggan. Mr. 



Ambrose, and Mrs. Donovan, for making the last 
5 years living hell. President Bush, for kicking 
Saddam's butt. Amy, Leslie, Jamie. Gaylc for being 
related to me, Juanita. Beth. Melody, and Jennifer 
for the nights we spent together. Mike, for being 
my brother, Sue. for being my sister. Ma. for 
forcing me to gel my diploma. Dad, for giving me 
a break from Ma; the last 5 years are dedicated to 
Kate, who made life worth living. You will be 
remembered. Future Goals: Quit smoking, 
graduate, join the Air Force, steal a plane and blow 
up B.H.S.. get married to whoever can and will put 
up with me. have 2 kids, win the lottery, move 
to Beverly Hills, buy everything, and die making 
love. 

Julia Estano 

^ Patterson Road 

Acti\ ilies: Singing in Choir 1 .2.3.4; work study 
with children 1 .2,3.4. Thanks To: My Mom and 
Dad for their support and encouragement. Thanks 
to my fiance Gary for making me believe in myself 
and love and thanks to my whole family and the 
Mazingo's. and the Lord Jesus Christ. Future 
Goals: To live a long happy loving life with my 
future husband Gary. I would like to work as a 
cashier, work with children. To live my life for 
Christ. 

David Flores 

27 Pine Street 

Acti\ ities: Oriental Tiddly -Winks champ: 

world renowned shoe-player: The side kick of the 
"world's greatest lover." "Maga/ine & Video 
Vender." Thanks To: I would first like to thank 
my family; then Karen Clanc>; Vm Welch for 
always being there when I needed him: Karen 
Clancy; The Red Hot chili peppers for showing me 
what to do with my odd socks; Karen Clanc> ; 
Cap'in crunch; Karen Clancy: Mrs. Pelligrini; 
Karen Clancy; My hair dresser Donna for making 
my life so Blue: Karen Clancy; Barb Brennan for 
those talks on the phone in bed at 1 2:30 at night; 
Karen Clancy; Magic Johnson and the L.A. Lakers; 
Karen Clancy; All the lovely ladies out there; 
Karen Clancy; Swank Magazine; Karen Clancy; 
Wentworlh for all the laughs over the many years; 
Karen Clancy; Eric S wen sen for being my best 
friend: Karen Clancy; Pete Ingraham for being one 
of the best and nicest guys I've ever known" I'll 
always remember you Pete!"; Karen Clancy; Charles 
Barkley; Karen Clancy; Darren Belliveau for all 
those times we had laughing about what he did to 
me! Karen Clancy; RUSH: Karen Clancy: John and 
Kate Holden for being cool cats; Karen Clanc>: Kim 
Sands a lady of a lifetime; Karen Clancy; Brian 
Sparrow; Karen Clancy; Lester Pullen for driving 
through the back of Wenlworth's back yard; 
Karen Clancy; Chris Alessi for being the big man: 
Karen Clancy: Lisette Alba for the Ice cream: 
Charlie Bowen for being a regulator; Darren 
Feldman; Karen Clancy: Frank Welch; Gretchen 
Ela for being so friendly and beautiful: Karen 
Clancy; Jodi Cohen for being "My most favorite 
person in the whole world "; Karen Clancy; Lisa 
Cadotte; Karen Clancy: Sir Psycho Sexy: Mark 
Blake: Dave Desantis; Melissa Heinkel for every- 
thing; Karen Clancy; Dave Clements; Shay Duris: 
Debbie Jones; Lynna Blasioli for being the best; 
Karen Clancy; John Lorusso; Tim Callahan; Jen 
Wingfield; Judas Priest; Karen Clancy; Joe Satriani: 
Mail Knell for being Matt; Nat McAllister; Josh 
Keroes for being my partner in crime; my cat 
Sabrina; Brad Davidson: Karen Clancy; widge and 
Roux; Karen Clancy: Stephanie Cann and Matt 
Mosley; and Finally Karen Clancy-once for every 
state! Future Goals: To have a date with Karen 
Clancy; To stay with everybody 1 mentioned in 
my thanks; never forget all the times I've had in 
school; To be able create new fun times with my 
friends; be able to predict what my own female 
situations are instead of everybody elses; To be able 
to get my life together so I can pay back all those 
people who have helped me over the years; I 
would like to be able to act like myself, instead 
of putting on a new act everyday: to gel married and 
have beautiful children. just like Karen Clancy 
And to rap it up by saying I Love You all. and I 
wish I could do it all again!! "this is the end of the 
beginning." 

Debbi Friedman 

26 Old Stagecoach Road 

Activities: Spanish Club 1,2.3,4: SADD 4; 
Choir 1; Tournament of Plays 1; Musicals 1.2.3.4; 
Choreographer 2.3. Thanks To: My family- 




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Mom. Dad - for driving me to ballet and other such 
sacrifices and for supporting me. My sisters - for 
always having been through it before! Jacqueline 

- for being my bestest friend from 10 months 
onward! Jen - for physics, baseball, jam on walls 
and other meaningful nonsense! Andria - for getting 
our purses stolen in 6th grade, for always being m\ 
friend since 4th grade! Tara - my English and 
History partner - we make one mean manor' 
Maureen - for listening and helping me through! To 
Gretchen, for being so nice and cool lo talk to! To 
Brian F., Mike E., Dave H. - for making me laugh, 
for being my friends, and making sure 1 didn't fail 
math! To everyone else who has touched my life 

- THANK YOU! And. oh yeah ■ Alex. I love you. 
What more can I say? Future Goals: To dance 
joy into people's hearts, and when 1 can't to try 
and bring comfort, safety, and justice into the lives 
of those that need it, to spend the rest of my life 
with a certain wonderful, wonderful person (Alex 

- I will love you forever.) And finally, to see the 
world change for the better and know I helped! 

Renee Jeannette Marie Garneau 

9 Constilution Drive 

Activities: Choir 1 : Bowling Team I ; Photog- 
raphy Club 1: Newspaper 1: Discover Japan Club 
1.2: 'Drama Club 2; Yearbook 2; Work 3.4. Thanks 
To: All of my really close friends. Lots of thanks 
to my little sister. Hey Angie you can be a real pain 
in the butt at times but you are OK. You're getting 
better. Thanx also to my Mom and Dad for trying 
to always give me what I need and want. Lots o! 
thanks to Heather Stevens for giving me guidance 
in my life. For the two years that I've known you. 
\ou have been a real friend. Thanks to Mikes 
Ma/ingo for being my big brother, helping and 
talking to me when I needed someone to talk to. 1 
would like to say thanks to all of my guys. Thanks 
Bill M., Craig S., Eric P., and Mr. Ty. But most ol 
all I would like to say thank you and I love you. 
Pete R. Hey Francis Mitchel don't worry I'm not 
going to leave you out. Thanks for hanging around. 
Hey Chica never forget Christmas of 1 990! Hey 
Mike Willar, what up? Thanks for giving me a 
sense of respect. Hey Steve Clark thanks for all of 
the fun times!! Many thanks to Patty Leeman for 
getting me interested in singing again. Listening to 
you sing is a great inspiration. Never quit, you have 
a great looking future in singing. Hey Weinfurt 
you "re in my thanks are you happy now? Good ! Jusi 
Kidding. Thanks Terry Baker. 1 always en)i'\i.>) i" 
picking on you. hey, smile! You're a good truinl | 
Oh. hey Ellen Chang thanks for being my Physics 
partner. Hey I really did learn much by teaching 
you. H.A,HA! Hey Pete! Don't worry I won't 
forget Friday and Saturday nights Oct. 4ih and 5th. 
Don't worry you made me feel quite guilty! Hey. 
smile. Pete thanks for putting up with me. Hey 
Elina D. Thanks for giving me a chance to get back 
together with Chris Black as friends again. Hey 
Kristen M. thanks for being a pain!! Hey Mike 
Anderson thanks for the loving memories and all 
the fun times. Thanks for the good times at 
McDonald's! To Jody Tate in Ark. Thanks sis for 
being there with me all through my life. I'm glad 
that we met when I was in the 4th grade. Too bad 
it wasn't sooner. To Tomi Stagg Gibson in Fla. 
Thanks for being my twin, chica. There's no one else 
in the world that's only two hours older than me 
and won't let me forget it!! HA! HA! Thanks sis. 
Chich I miss you and all of our good limes and 
memories. It will be great to see you this summer. 
I can't wait lo see you again! Kanechiwa. Hey my 
iwo brothers Ricky and Tim you guys are brats but 
1 love you both.- Hey Tim remember you may be 
i!rowing taller but you're still not taller than me 
\et. I'm still taller. Hey you grunt, ya you Rick\ 
Thanks for writing and calling me. I'll remember 
it next time you visit. Thanks for teaching me ni\ 
basic self-defense. Hey Jon thanks for the nickname 
but you can keep it. Now thanks to everyone else 
if I may have forgotten you I'm sorry but I'll 
always remember all of our memories and good 
times. Thanks to the world and thank you God for 
putting me here. -Renee Future Goals: My 
awesome future goals are to finally graduate from 
High School, have a great summer in Fla. and 
eventually go to college somewhere. I plan to 
major in accounting and minor in interior design, 
make it big and in about 10 year?, when I'm 28 I'll 
think about marriage. 

Craig Gottlieb 

17 Jeffrey Circle 

Activities: Soccer JV-1.2.V-3.4 (capt.4); Ten 



nis V 1.2,3.4; Choir 1.2; Madrigal 2.3.4; French 
Club 3.4; Drama Club 3.4: Yearbook 3,4; News- 
paper 3.4; NHS 3.4 (officer); School Improvement 
Council 3.4; Citizenship Committee 4. Thanks 
To: Mr. Wilson and the '90 & "91 soccer teams. 
Dirk. Pete, & Mrs. D for making me the tennis 
player I am. Mr. Low for showing me the magic 
of a tenor. Mr. Spinosa for not apologizing for 
anything anyone ever did in the course of history. 
Mrs. Rainis for subjecting me to endless hours of 
language immersion. OIlie for scoring the goal. 
Robo for the time. Dave T. for being a true friend 
and helping me survive Analysis. Pete I. for 
introducing me to SHP and showing me a different 
outlook on life. Jacqui & Andria for doing 
everything I should've for this book. Jodi for 
always smiling and epitomizing the word nice. Jon 
H. for showing me what I should be like as a 
teenager. Tara for bringing new life and vibrance 
lo the world of Level 5. Gretchen for proving 
everybody wrong and becoming a complete person 
& a winner. Jen for being there as a bud. Matt for 
somehow staying my friend for 14 years and for 
being in the right place at the right lime. Finally, 
Mom and Dad for coaching, cheering, carpooling, 
cooking, and most of all, caring. Even though 1 may 
grunt. 1 love you. Future Goals: College, Grad 
School. & a high-paying career. To marry a 
wonderful woman, have children. & go into debt 
to pay their college bills. To pay back my parents 
for all they've done for me. Finally, to see the Red 
Sox win a World Series before I'm 90. Oh. and lo 
one fine September day take Agassi in five at 
Flushing Meadows & play Marius on the big stage. 

Brian Grof 

27 Summer Street 

Activities: Football 1.2,3,4; Lacrosse 3.4. 

Thanks To: Mom for forcing me to stay up late 
to do reports. My parents for just being there. Col. 
for not yelling loo loud. Coach Pelrillo and Coach 
Sabourin working with the Football team and 
caring somewhat. Future Goals: Fly higher and 
Faster than any has done before. Find and write 
about the true meaning of retarded. 



Indrajith Joseph Narendranath 
Gunasekara 

328 Concord Road 

Activities: When I was attending grades 9-12 
I was back in my native country which is Sri Lanka, 
Over this period of time I was greatly involved 
with one sport which was Rugby football. This 
sport played an important role in my life. Thanks 
To: As I came to the United States some lime back. 
I have learnt a lot. I must say most of what I have 
learnt has come from Bedford High it has always 
been fun. And now the time has come to leave and 
work towards future goals. A million thank yous! 
To all the teachers, friends and all the people that 
make Bedford High come to life every morning. 
Future Goals: I hope to go onto college next year 
and continue with my study ing. From my long 
learning experience at High School my mind has 
focused on biology and Veterinary Science. While 
attending college I hope to participate and develop 
my talents in sports. I also look forward to having 
a great time and going back to my country one day. 

Jim L. Hagon 

137 Patterson Road 

Activities: JV Football I; Varsity Football 2: 
Varsity Wrestling 2; AFJROTC I; Model United 
Nation 2; Environmental week Seminar 2: Person- 
nel Officer in JROTC 2; Baskin Robbins Scooper 2; 
Most Spirited 2; Deputy commander 3; JROTC 
DRILL team 3; Service Station Attendant 3; Catho- 
lic Youth Organization 3; MA 791sl Corps Com- 
mander 4; JROTC Color Guard 4; Still working for 
Veronica 4. Thanks To: I would like to thank 
my family for putting up with me throughout my 
four years of high school. Thanks Ma for ironing 
my ROTC uniforms every week and Dad thanks for 
all the advice and encouraging me to study. Love 
you both. I would like to say thanks to all my 
teachers: Mr. Boepple for all the jokes and. Dr. 
(Chuck) Recesso for putting up with "the gang", 
Steve (Spic) my brother for life, thanx for all the 
great times. I will never forget those long talks 
about our babes. I will never forget the great times 
we had. SPIC. W.T.N. S? Todd traweek remember 
the "BIG ]5" To all of you that were searched at 
the Cop Shop. It was a blast wasn't it? to the wild 



class of 92 at Croughton American HS in England 
May all your ups and downs be in bed. To everyon 
else, don't forget those bowling alley days. To al 
the people who have helped me with JROTC 
thanks for the guidance. Finally. Led Zeppelii 
Lives! Future Goals: After graduation I wil 
be going to Lackland Air Force Base for Basi 
Training from there I will be going to Colorado ti 
d technical school to study precision measuromeni 
and calibration for one year. While on active dui 
1 will further my education and earn a degree. Fron 
there I hope to go to Officer Training School (OTS) 

Andy Hall 

7 Sheridan Road 

\ctivities: Baseball 1,2.4; Skiing 4: Football 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad. Kym who helped m( 
through a painful senior year; Chris A. Darren B. 
Christine. Anne. Heather. Beth. Jen thanx a lot fo 
everything. Kerri O.. Lauren, Stacey. Lindsay. Lisa 
Charlene. Chris S. for illuminating two weeks o 
my life. Louie my "BROTHER". Tracey. Nana-Kyi 
Hope. Nikki. Tina Davis. Paul D.. Kim T., Zuzka 
Rachel K. for giving me a flat tire. Carlene 
Cynthia, Amy, To You (you know who you are 
Franklin C. Bryan A.. John L.. To any other friend 
I forgot al BHS. To my Burlington friends: Lisa 
Colleen. Kathy Y.. Kristina. Joni for all ihos* 
nights we spent star gazing al Simmons, those lon^ 
talks that helped me out so much Jen Z.. Ramona 
Angela. Maria, and finally the most importan 
person in my life right now: Catherine. 1 knov 
I've put you through some uncomfortable time 
but you've always been there for me. No matte 
what it was I could talk to you. There aren't an; 
words that express my gratitude. Well, maybt 
thanx and I Love You. To everyone I've ever me 
and become friends with I wish you the best of lucl 
and always PEACE. LOVE. AND HAPPINESS 
Future Goals: To graduate High School, go or 
to a 6 month massage therapy school, open my owi 
massage parlor, to live a HAPPY life with 
wonderful wife who loves me, and most of all tc 
be rich beyond belief! 

Amy Lee Harley 

1 19'offuti Road 
Activities: SADD 1.2.3.4: Spanish Club 1,2.4 
French Club 4; Varsity Spring Track 1.2; Varstt) 
\\ inter Track 2; Yearbook 1 ; Flag Squad 3.4; Drami 
C lub 2; Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: 
uould like to begin by thanking my mother an( 
father: you've both inspired me lo reach for m> 
dreams, with your loving support, dreams become 
realities. I love y 'all. Julie, you 're one hip chi( 
and I love ya for it; never stop listening to tha 
New Wave Trash;" "teddy, te. te, teddy." Marshi 
,ind Houston, you're the best aunt and uncle a niect 
Lould ever have. I love y'all. Jenn K. we've beer 
hesi friends for a long time: friends always and 
forever; I will write soon, I promise. Sage 
Kristen. Chris and Tricia. always remember our 
period conversations. Tara. you're a great persoi 
and you've always been there for me when I needet 
a friend. Barb. Katie, Jen. Lisa, and Jodi. it's time 
lor another "Katie Party"! Y'all are great friend*- 
and I'll hold onto our friendship forever. Thank' 
to the Flag Squad for giving me a chance, ihrougl" 
flags I've had a lot of fun and met many friends 
Mrs. Rainis. Mr. Palmer. Mrs. Donovan. Mrs 
Gull age. Mrs. O" Mai ley. Mr. Pilla. Mrs. Sorgi 
and Mr. Barron, thank you for your wisdom an 
guidance. I'd like to say that I love my Sausha Lynr 
(Baby Girl). And last, but not least. I would lik 
lo thank Beth and her family (y'all are like a secon 
family to me). Beth, to the best purse advisor 
Boston tourist, listener, advisor, mall chic, an 
everything else you do, I say THANK YOU. He> 
Be Mellow! I was jusl going to slap ya but 
thought it would hurt so I decided to restrai 
myself. Watch out for those curbs and yello\'* 
lights while just "going to the mall." To all thos 
people who have been a part of my life. I thank 
you: You've left an imprint on my life and m> 
heart. Future Goals: To be just as motivaiei. 
as I expect my students to be when I become . 
teacher, to marry my true love and have children 
.ind. most importantly , to never stop feeling 

Christine Harrington 

1 Garrison Drive 
Activities: Choir 1: Spanish Club 1.2; SADC 
1.2.3; Forum 4; SA 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: Mom 
and Dad. tor always being there. Mary Pelligrinr 
for being the best friend ever, driving really fas 
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are. and not wanting a bird. Anne Slash McCulIoch. 
for being a weanie load in the bathroom and being 
the world's best mind reader. Heather Hunter, for 
being such a good friend and all the good times. 
Rachel Kiessling for introducing me to her goats. 
Debbie "is there any more" Jones. Tom and Benny 
for driving the boat. John and Frank for letting me 
crash. Jess and Adam for being dead under the bed. 
Josh "mouse killer" Buckley. Also, thanx to: Val. 
Corey. Beth. Aparna. Steve, Jeff. Chuck. Andy. 
Jason, Rachel T., Jen D., Tina. Christina. Laurie. 
Tina D.. Amy. Cynthia. Tracey, Stacey. Elena. 
Mama P.. Ed. Josh K.. Chris. Jim. Ethan, Eric. 
Jason. Army. Man Ian, Morgan. Felix, Issac. 
Maliky. and the Grateful Dead. Future Goals: 
To leave Bedford, without being chased by the 
police. To live on a deserted island and create a 
really weird breed of deformed children. To create 
a Utopian society. To tour the Dead. To witness 
Anne's hair attack someone. To always slay 
bizarre. And always be happy. 

Lorena Hart 

16 Hill Terrace 

Activities: Hall Decorating: Basketball. Thanks 
To: My Mom and Dad. I love ya both. Thanks 
for pulling up with me all these years. Dad (Philip 
Hart) I love ya. Thanks for everything. My 
family back in the P.I. I love ya all!!! Hope to 
see you soon! Linda K. thanks for ihe good and bad 
times we have had. Summa of 9rwas really fun! 
Remember "Boston" with M.B. Heather we didn't 
get along but we had fun going out. Sherry, thanks 
for showing me Hampton B. "Fine Guys Remem- 
ber." Vincent was to fun loo. Vic. my big bro. 1 
love ya. Thanks for being my friend. Lori M. 
Laurie C. Sage. Vir. Darlene. Nicky. John, Brian. 
Del. Lou. Thanks guys!! The LEADER crew. I love 
ya guys!! Kathy. Remember our promise about our 
wedding. Nana-Kyi. thanks for listening to all my 
problems. Remember "Boston" yeap... Saturday at 
ihe Channel was really fun. Aron. Chris. Amy. 
Sarah, thanks for making thai Saturday fun. Hope 
you guys are not that mad about not going to after 
parly!! Dana and Pam we had the best time 
together. Remember Pam's B-Day ... "Faces" then 
came home ai 7-work at 8. Dana, remember Pahama 
Beach Club. John with the body! Too bad I got 
him Ha! Ha! I love ya both. Darryl...! still 
remember Derick's house, your last day. Thanks 
for everything babe. Ana, wad up G? Yeap. .we 
had some good times together. I love ya and thanks 
for everything. D.D. thanks guys. Ya know who 
you are. Emmelte McNeil Thanks for the good 
times we had. I love your honesty. My sis. Lisa. 
1 love ya. Thanks for being there for me. Shel. 
thanks big bro. Hank, I love ya babe. Robert M. 
Love ya-I may not show it but 1 do. I'll do 
anything for ya honey. No matter what.. .you're 
always be in my heart...! love ya so much. Gina. 
remember the good times we had'? 3rd eye. 
Remember we came home at 2 A.M and the 5.0 
stopped us. I love ya and thanks! Randy B!-Big 
Daddy Kane in the house. Down with O.P.P? I am' 
Ha. Ha Somsri Ruth-The H.K crew. I had so much 
fun with ya guys. My friends back in the P.I, I 
love ya all. Edith and her family, thank ya. My 
two brothers Ricky and Bobb> ! Love ya both! My 
two babies, Robyn and Edith. I love ya both. I 
would like to make a special dedication to my late 
grandfather Papa I love Ya. THANKS TO EVERY- 
BODY! Future Goals: Be a hair dresser, marry 
a millionaire who is about to die and make sure he 
gives all the money to me. Ha! Ha! Marry a FINE 
gay-that looks like Christopher Williams, have 
two kids, name them Jasmine Marie and Darin, visit 
the P.I. and brina all my family to the Stales 
HELP THE POOR! 

Valerie Jean Heimple 

3 Andrews Circle 

Activities: Diving 1.3.4. Thanks To: Brian, 
tor being my soul mate, boyfriend, and my best 
friend, I love ya. Mary and Chris for all the strange 
and weird things we ended up doing, (sanctuary. 
Plum Island, cemetary). Jeff for always making me 
smile. Debbie, "is there any more?" For the great 
lunches (little girl!!). Rachael for showing me 
goats don't need ears, (I know huh??). Cyn and 
Brian for being great friends. Donna for having 
everything in common with me. Eric, {hopefully 
for the skin if it's a good season) is that your dog's 
brush? Daymion for never being on this planet. 
Rob for being a pain in my bull all these years. 
Anita and Steve for being greal neighbors, and Mom 
and Dad for everything. Future Goals: Find 



total Utopia in California next to Bob and Jerry, 
and always be happy in whatever I do. 

Jonathan B. Holden 

58 Wilson Road 

Activities: Freshman Football 1; Soccer 2.3.4; 
Track 3. Captain 4: Stage Crew 1.2.3.4; Drama Club 
Prime Minister 4: Telemedia 2,3.4; Spirit Games 
2,3; Hall Decorating 1 ,2,3.4; Cercle Francais (Nlnja 
Master Overlord) 4; Bedford Grand Prix 4; Funnel- 
ing 101: Science Team 3.4: Shaft Regional Manager 
of Sales 4. Thanks To: Mom and Dad for caring 
for me for 17 years and always lending me a hand 
whenever I needed it. To my sooper twin Kale for 
putting up with me (Hey Mr. Moo Moo!) To all 
my relatives who have ever helped me out. and to 
anyone who ever cared. Thanks to all those way 
cool people who made life al B.H.S. liveable. Dave 
Wentworth for being funny until the point of 
pain. Eric (Sw ank ) for being great and letting the 
world beat on him. Pete I. (Petrovich) for being 
open-minded and cool. Dave Flores for being a wa\ 
cool Kat. Vin the Rock + Lester ( Hoodsurfing ) for 
Mount J. The II Blue's. Felttip. Earthquake . Matt 
K. (Nellie), Scott K. (KCjokes). Charlie-Moosehead 
Lake, Dave T.-Zibehamin Weht timen-the 
jokes, insanity. To the bountiful beautiful women: 
Barb-It's been great-Jen. Monica, Lynna (bullseye). 
Grelchen, Kelly (mpuh). Karen (If looks could 
kill). Keri (In your eyes). Aniko. Lisetle. Jen C. 
can't fit you ail. Eric. To Chip {good times). Alice 
M.. Josh Buckley. Brian Sparrow . Aloise. Dave D. 
(cubs). Alessi (MAKINA). Craig. Pete A.( You 
are quite funny). Adam P.. Injo. Amarith. Josh K. 
(jailbirds) and finally to all the hip hop funky 
people at BHS and especially the class of 1992. 
Future Goals: To go to college become a young 
urban professional, fall madly in love, quit my 
job. tour the world, and yet somehow manage to 
win a no holds barred match with Jean-Claud Van 
Damme, see Dave Flores shorty the pope, and 
become a corporate raider with enough money to 
burn Salad Nicoise recipes from all the cookbooks 
of the world. 

Katie Holden 

58 Wilson Road 

Activities: Soccer 1.2. Varsity 3.4. Captain 4; 
Winter Track 2; Spring Track 1.2.3; Ski Team 3: 
Swim team 4; AFS 3,4; Pres. 4; New Zealand 
summer of '91; Telemedia 3.4; SADD 2.3.4; Drama 
Club 4; Dole Club: French Club 1,2,3.4; Powder 
Puff 3.4; Dollars for Scholars; Spirit Games 1.2.3: 
Hall Decorating 1.2.3,4; Musical; Student Produc- 
tion Night 3: Amnesty International 3; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 4. Thanks To: Beth Mofieid. my 
longest best friend and babbler. Alice M. (tea and 
talks). Lisa (Pink Snake!), Josh B. and David W. 
for being a riot! Anne, friggin' hippie. Theresa for 
spirit and laughs, David F. for being like a brother 
(ties) and making me laugh. Lester, bro. for good 
fun and the ride to Dollar Per Pound. Amy H. for 
being so kind. Eric for all the silliness and laughs 
(Lent). Peter (Pierre), for being loads o" fun. Ferr\ 
Beach. Josh K. for being unique. Injo and Aloise for 
always making me happy. Amrith for the smile. 
Freddie and Rachel for being new friends. Rachel 
Campbell, m.y most jolly playmate. The Campbell 
family. Jodi, always the sweetest, goolimonster. 
Barb, where to start! Athelia. Fri. night skiing, for 
being outgoing and sharing so many memories and 
good times. Lynna. for fun, the woUy. "'that's not 
funny." Gretchen for helping always. Nana-kyi 
(chum), Cait for being the best, to Jen C. Kristen, 
Sage, Tara. Jill. Gershman. Ivan. Trish. Monica. Joe 
(Twin). Juan. Brian D. for dependable smiles. Meg. 
Kim S.. Steph D.. Vin. Betsy. Mike E. (my first 
concert), Laurie, Scott, Jen W. for understanding, 
bonding times, so much fun, (Pumpkin Borrow- 
ing), all my chioce friends in N.Z.. my host famih 
in Kiwiland. Mr. Maxwell. Mrs. Rainis. Mrs. 
Alcarez. and Mr. Pilla for being wonderful teach- 
ers, and finally my relatives and family. MOM and 
DAD!, for support and love, and to Jon, my bro. 
Mr. Pothead for all the good and silly times. .Also. 
Loonies, U.Ll sleepovers, and anyone I missed. 
Future Goals: To travel the world, be curious, 
silly, and free-spirited, join peace corps and help 
as many possible, have many adventures to tell 
grandchildren, see cheetahs run Africa, and forever 
have fun. To keep in touch! 

Daniel J. Hunt 

1 1 Page Road 

Activities: Basketball 1 .2; Hockey 3.: Soccer 
1 .2..V4: Hall Decorating 1 ,2,3.4; Going Strong 



1.2.3.4; Purity 3.4. Thanks To: Thanks to God 
for keeping me alive all these years. To the guys 
and girls, you know who I am talking about. The 
guys at work. The McGrath's. McAllister's. The 
Lou family. Smith's, snogging rules. Hammer 
family. Special thanks to Mom and Dad and Family 
for putting up with me and for supporting me 
iluring sports seasons. Future Goals: Not to be 
like my brother Dave. 

Heather Susan Hunter 

29 Lido Lane 

Activities: Library every morning to meet the 
gang. Thanks To: Mom and Lyie. thanks for all 
the support over the years. i couldn't have done 
It without you...P.S. Lyle. better late than never... 
Mom. you have always been the one I talked to 
when I needed someone. You're not just my 
grandmother you're my best friend. I Love You! 
Jennifer. I'm so happy we're friends again, today 
he called from her house'. Unforgettable! I wish 
>ou and Rick the incredible luck of unforgettable 
love! Christine, for 6 years we were so close and 
now we are so far apart. Good luck in the future- 
May all your dreams come true... Beth and Anne, 
you guys are really great, fun to be around. You 
both care a lot about people. Thanks for the laughs 
and those parties!! Cynthia, you have always been 
there for me when I needed you. You are a very 
special friend. Gook luck with Brian and your 
addition ! May life bring you the happiness you 
deserve... Stacey. you too have always been there 
for me! Remember all those talks! The 8th grade 
graduation party! Thanks for always being there. 
Michelle, you are such a blonde. You always have 
a smile and a friendly hello! Good luck w iih Scott 
in the future. Andy thanks for all the rides. You're 
a special person... Thanks Dwayne and Rich for 
making me laugh and smile. Amy you are number 
1. all those talks and Stop and Shop life! Goodluck 
in Idaho, love ya! Nana-Kyi Johnson. Darlene, Val, 
Laurie, Tina D., Tina D., Kristina. Debbie, Steve C 
Brad, Edwin. Dan. Eric, Marlen, Jeff. Hopie. 
Nickey L., Nickey B., Jason B., Brian T.. Bryan T.. 
Tim McCann. Diane Burke. Michelle Burke. and 
Brian Sarvela. A special thanks to Ms. Lohrum and 
Ms. Savarino. Thank you... To all those people 
who cared about me. and my future. You've always 
been there... 1 Love You. Thanks. Future Goals: 
To be happy, to choose wisely, and be aware of all ■ 
ihe opportunities in the future to come. 

.Aloise Ibouanga 

14 Michigan Drive, Hudson 

Activities: Soccer 1.2; Track 3; Football 4; Rifle 
4: Baseball 4; Spanish Club (Vice President) 4. 
Thanks To: Thanks to the administration and to 
ihc teachers of Bedford High School for your great 
education. Thanks to Coach Sabourin for his 
support and for teaching me the American Culture. 
Thanks to the students of Bedford High School for 
their help and for their friendship. Make the most 
of your best and you will only have good memories 
.ind hopes for your tomorrows. I love you all ! 
Future Goals: I want to be an electrician or a 
iranslator. After being graduated from college. 

Peter Ingraham 

79 South Road 

Vctivilies: Soccer 1.4; French Club 3.4: Tourna- 
ment of Plays 1 .3.4; Musical 3,4; The Ski Crew 

1.2.3.4: Homework. NOT! What was it I actually 
did?; It's been a long 4 years! Thanks To: Tig. 
who keeps me going daily; Jay. for the cheesecake; 
Nellie, for the great tunes; Jen for the countless 
Milky Ways; Eric, for the words of wisdom; Dave 
Flores for knowing just what to say; Barb, for the 
cheesy little Hawaiian Turtles; Dave Wentworth. 
for thirty seconds of every song ever recorded; 
Lynna. for laughing at my jokes; Brian, for always 
keeping me filled in; Craig for being Craig no 
matter what; Theresa for the (helpful?) study 
sessions; Lester for stylin'; Josu for Yilliough and 
other such nonsenses; Dave DeSantis. the man with 
the music; Dave's guitar; Jon. the man with the 
plan: Dave Tobey for Trump. The Game; Katie the 
tennis star: The Library Staff; Vin. for alwa\s 
having a high five ready for me; Jethro Tull; The 
Little Prince; Yung, for the greal skate jams; 
Esposito for that great lunch bag; Jodi for teaching 
me how to tw iri flags: The Boys al the Rush show : 
Mrs. Hoyt; The Wachuselt Ski Crew: and finally 
Mom and Dad for nothing in particular, and yet 
everything in general. Future Goals: To climb 
Mount Kilimanjaro. To see Carmina Burana per- 
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Jeffrey K. Jeannotte 

66 Elm Street 

Thanks To: Thanks Mom. Conrad. David. Dick. 
Joanna and Joe. Also Cynlhia and Brian. Chuck, 
Mike (remember kids in the park). Chuck P. Phil 
Nat (Remember Peaks) Dan, Keri. Karen. Zuzka. 
Anita (remember fish food) Amy Duggan and Biff. 
Rob Ahearn (remember blank hole) Sean Buckley 
(don't be a queer) Eric and Mumma Young, Dick 
Docham and Jennifer. Chris Brady (for taking me 
10 my show) Justin Pettingell, Christine. Anne. 
Beth. Racheal K. Racheai T. Ian, Mr. Duggan. Mr. 
Ambrose. Mr. Maxwell. Mr. Sullivan and Mr. 
McDonald. Thanks to everyone else in the class of 
92 and Good Luck. Future (loals: To become a 
w rilcr/di rector, get married, make enough money 
to support my famil v . and move to either Maine 
or Vermont- 

Nana-Kyi Johnson 

40 Marion Road 

Activities: Amnesty International. Secretary of 
Amnesty International. Big Brother and Big Sister. 
Debate Team. Drama Club, Manager of Flags. 
Manager of Majorettes, Latin Club, Treasurer of 
Latin Club, Student Guide. Peer Network. SADD. 
Yearbook Committee. Athletic Trainer. Thanks 
To: Almighty God. Mother and Father who 
brought me into this world (and could take me 
out!), my sister (who almost always stood up for 
me), my family here in the States and abroad. The 
C+C crew (ya'l! know who you are). To my baby 
sister "D" it's been leaps since we've been family 
(ha. ha), to Nicovanna. thanks for being such a good 
friend and the mediator between me and Darkne. 
mv thanks also to Kelley never stop reaching for 
the stars and Beneatha remember walkin" the 
streets till 12:30 am then slaying up watching 
movies and Hopie my twin (who ever said we 
looked alike?). And to my other sister who always 
knows how to get on my last nerve remember 
summer of *90 how could any forget. Erin Smith 
my New Kids Buddy I couldn't ever forget you 
remember Sept 21 and almost going to Essex - we'll 
never forgive ourselves! And Lori H. our link to 
every famous group in Boston how could you let 
Bunny go? Christopher - I just love that name - 
even though I didn't get to really know you this 
year, you're A-o.k. in my book - just keep on 
listening to that funky, toe tappin* music, ah yeah- 
Rob my buddy can't beat me up anymore - but I'll 
miss it! (maybe) Math and History were great! 
Also thanks to Sean my other buddy who always 
made me laugh and pissed at the same time! {Guess 
what? - Chicken butt} And Steven remember Wed. 
afternoons - greenbeans and sloppy joes or 24 hrs. 
on the phone? Hey Melinda loved your Sweet 16 
party even the Burlington P.D. enjoyed it! Jason 

B. my brother (nappy-l know you'll make it big 
one day just keep on piayin' that guitar baby. And 
Michele D. Yo (G) wassup? Hey - what was it? 
not True Colors, not Living Colors but.. .Vivid 
Colors. Hey Reggie thanks for puttin up with me 
and not getting too mad at me. Also thanks for all 
the time you said "You're not fat! Nana-Kyi") Even 
though I never believed you! And to Baby "J" 
thanks for always believing in me I'll never and 
always love you for that! Thanx also to Maurine 

C. for alway makin me laugh. Nikki L. for always 
getting on my nerves (ha. ha) Nicola remember the 
bus ride last summer to Roller Kingdom Martin 
(Mark oops! ). My friend I loved getting on your 
nerves in Marine Biology you still love me rights* 
And Slick Rick I didn't forget you. You either 
Sandra remember summer of "91. And to Edwin 
keep that awesome attitude. To Katie Holden. Sara 
Rosenberg - love your smile! And to all my 
teachers. Last but not least a shout to the class 
of '92. Thanks to everyone who has made my 4 
years of B.H.S. stompin' all the way till now' 
Love you all and sorry to those 1 have forgotten 
- but I'm running out of room! Peace and Love = 
Happiness. Remember that. Future Goals: My 
future goals are to attend college and to do well then 
become one of the best social workers in the New 
England Area! Also lo marry a good-looking guy 
who is sensitive, kind, understanding, intelligent, 
can cook and clean and doesn't complain (cause I 
know I do enough of that). Oh yeah I almost forgot 
he has to kill all the spiders and bugs that come 
into our 350 thousand dollar home. I also hope to 
have two kids named Christopher Michael and 
Ashley Ebony. But most important to have a safe. 



Deborah Lynne Jones 

18 Reeves Road 

.\cti\ ities: SADD 1.2; Field Hockey 2; French 
Club 1,2; Prom Chairperson 3; Hall Decorating 2. 
Thanks To: Elina you've been the best friend 1 
could ever have. Remember all the awesome times 
we've had: Marshfield (hair 10 miles high, prep 
school guys, mooning the whole beach, Tony- 
white Trans Am "I get the blond one!", fireworks) 
Canada Ski trip (pineapple juice. haircuts. 
McDonalds bathroom in Vermont) skiltes, "Dal- 
i.is. T.L.". R.M. and P.C. Summer of 90. Sitting at 
the rock laughing for hours. Summer School at 
Minuleman (walkie-talkie guy) "whaat?", "I know 
you know!". Chucky Cheese, Lord and Taylor J.D., 
"Just go in and get a drink" (Bob), trying lo get on 
top of the lowers, going uptown (Junior High) 
B R. and CM.. Movie theater guys (Burger King 
Birthday Hals) the duck dance, flaira, Hampton 
Beach (me. you, Lisa) Purity Party-" Is that a 
baseball bat?" Crashing your sister-in-law's car 
just for ice cream, the cemetery, fighting at K.C.'s 
house over someone not worth it. Laurie-we've had 
the best limes and you've been an awesome friend, 
remember Old Orchard Beach (Manuel from Do- 
minican Republic, Mike-M. C. Hammer. Jim 
Morrison look -a- 1 ike. mooning the whole bar 
from ihe window, humidity, the swing ride. "1 
like you"-Steven Tyler, "Let's go to Seaview 
please'" 4 A.M. dip in the ocean. "Don't forget your 
poncho!' Tiffany being searched. "Hello". PB. CA, 
CA the shuffle. Nick and Al Menchello. Good 
Harbor with you and Tina, Tom Petty concert, 
French Fries (give me some ketchup) flying birds, 
flaira. Laura-Lee. Spike. Oogie, Action, Debbie- 
Kid. Chucky Cheese (Married Men). "Hi Gary!" 
Lisa-even though you're not here anymore you've 
always been an awesome friend and fun to be with. 
We all miss you and it's not the same without you. 
Remember Boston. Hampton Beach. New York 
City (you. me. Val) hanging out with you and 
Michelle, eating in Chinatown with Doug. Rob 
and Julia, playing baseball at Elina's. I hope we 
keep in touch! Kerri-I'll never forget the times 
we've had. Remember "Wa, Wa", the complex. 
"Hi. my name's Dave.", Hampton Beach (Blue 
Shorts 2:00. lifeguards, falling in the sandholes) 
Salisbury Beach (guy with green shorts and tattoo, 
chubman. old man - "why don't you come on my 
boat?") Jordan Marsh. "Were's my salad?" feeding 
(he birds, your party (locking me in the room from 
Woburn guys), the church, running through the 
parking lot from the black truck, returning bottles, 
110.63 (buying out their whole supply). Fat 
Pillsbury , and thanks for letting me stay at your 
house this summer. Jen - "you know" BK Broiler, 
the first party of the summer (Roxbury) I had an 
awesome time hanging out with you this summer. 
(Oh yah. hopping out your bathroom window) 
Val (Valer y) "Is there any more?" Lunch trips to 
McDonalds-9 1 , the cemetery. Heather - we've 
been through a lot. thank you, you're an awesome 
Iriend! Thanks for always being there! Tina (oowee 
Tina D.) remember "Is J here or is it M today?" J R. 
IS here to stay. Field Hockey. Camp (sneaking out, 
Greg Bell) Seafood man, Chucky Cheese (Brian 
Manlone. "You have to be 18 years of age", riding 
down the highway with pizza on the roof of the 
car, "Go Spike. Go Spike" Mary P. - "Do you have 
any cold potatoes in your refrigerator?" Christine 

- "Lou, Lou. Lou, she looks like a Lou!" Also 
thanks to Tina Davis. Sieve Craig (Est-ce que tu 
paries francais? Oui, shoo w ah, shoowas ), Steve 
Cestrone, Rachel Kiessling. Brian Mantone. Dan 
Hunt. Billy Marlines. Andrew Pull en. Ihe A- 
wing bathroom crew: Remember "It's okay" 
(Tina Davis, Christina M.. Christine H.. Val H.. 
Amy D.. Laurie P.. Mary P.. Nikki L., Lindsay G.. 
Tracy R., Tracy D.. Jen Davies) Mrs. Donovan. 
Thank you last but definitely not least I'd like to 
ilunk my family who's always believed in me. 
Mom - 1 love you, thanks for never giving up. Dad 

- 1 love you. Steve, Doug, Allen, you 're the best 
brothers and especially Linda for always listening 
and making me laugh "Kiwi go to the beach 
today!'" and for being the best sister I could have- 
Tiger, "will you stop eating!" I love ya I hope 1 
didn'i forget anyone, but then again now and then 
my mind goes blank so thanks everyone for making 
the Class of 92 an awesome class to graduate with, 
"Finally Free!" Future Goals: Go to Paris lo 
see Jim Morrison's grave, stay in France for a while, 
meet a gorgeous, rich French man named Jean-Luc. 
get married, have 4 kids and then move back to 



Myrtle Beach and own a huge house wiih a pool 
on the oceanfroni. And most importantly never, 
ever get bored of life. Oh yah. and definitely own 
a little red Corvette convertible. P.S. I also have 
to have a metallice blue Jaguar and 

Hope Kennedy 

57 Redgeview Avenue. Mattapan 
Thanks To: God for taking me through the 4 
years of High School. To my parents for being the 
best influence on me and for pushing me when I 
thought I couldn't go on no more. I Love You. To 
my 2 brothers, 3 sisters (Jay + David) (Barbara. 
Sony a. Michelle) for being super sisters and broth- 
ers and encouraging people. To my aunt Lillian, her 
daughter Amalia for being the best aunt + cousin 
f love them very much. To Andrew + Louise 
Kennedy even though you're far away I feel you are 
so close to home, and being a loving family. I Love 
You both. Also my cousin Marcus who's a pain 
but he's the best boy cousin I have close to home 
1 love you. To my deceased grandmother Marcy E. 
Kennedy + my living grandfather Houston Kenned) 
To the Zeigler family. To my best friend Lauren 
Wise. To my church family and friends. To the 
whole Kennedy Family, keep up the good work. 
To the Girls: Tevelle B. Tarap. Shalen H. Saprina 

H. Michelle. Nicky S, Nickey L, Darlene B, Nana- 
Kyi J, Randy M, Nicole K. Reshea C, Nickey B, 
Keisha S, Tracey B. Anglea W. To the entire "Clas- 
of 92" To all my co-workers this summer at 
ABCD. Thanx to all my boyfriends especially m\ 
best boyfriend DURAND SORRELL for being a 
great friend at all times. Thank You!! To my boys: 
Brian A. Marcus K. Reggie K, Jason C. Ales. Theo. 
Dana. Jamal. Gene. Marcel, Steve. Ceeirue. Cameron 
D. Lennox C. Bookie K. Leon D. Donnie A. Ian. 
Brook G. Carrie G. Kent. Jackie. Thanx. To all 
METCO Students all over Massachusetts. My 
special thanx goes to Mrs. Irene Parker the coor- 
dinator for metco students at Bedford. Thanx for 
the best 4 years of my life. Love you. stay sweet. 
Furthermore to everyone graduating in the class of 
"92" make those high school years count. So I'll 
leave with this quote: Black is black, black is 
black is black. There is no turning back. Strive 
for the best but don't forget the rest. Black is 
black, black is black is black is black. Future 
(ioals: To attend college, after attending college 

I plan to pursue my career in Early Child Devel- 
opment Education. Then some day have a husband 
and family of my own. Living in a home with a 
white picket fence and a little puppy. If that 
doesn't work out I plan on living in my own 
apartment. "Make Cold Cash Money." 

Reginald J. Kenon 

22 Wildwood Drive 

Activities: Football 1 , Varsity 2.3. Co-Capt 4; 
Track 3,4; Latin Club 4; Fantasy Football 4. 
Thanks To: God, for giving me the strength and 
standing beside me; Mom and Dad, for always being 
there for me. guiding me in the right direction, and 
for never letting me forget what's really impor- 
tant — an education, and for being my close friends. 
Thank you! I love you both with all my heart: 
Necy for being my little sister. I love you 
Angel'la. for coming into my life when 1 needed a 
girl friend. You mean a lot to me. I love you 
always. Jason, we finally made it. You've been 
my right-hand man for 3 yrs. We've had some great 
laughs together. Remember, never sell yourself 
short; Maureen, you're a true friend. I guess that's 
how the ball bounces. Chuck B.. It was better the 
2nd time around. Zuzka V. and Kerri M. for a great 
Psych, class; Hope. Len P., Karen C. Steph P.. 
Steph K., Nikki S.. Nana-Kyi J., Dave W.. Dan H.. 
Nat. Dave C, Tony J.. Lisa T.. Bryant C, Keith 
Farmer. C. Farmer. Class of 92. this year's Foot- 
ball team. Coaches Sabourin, Petrillo. Campball. 
Mulligan and Belcher, for not only teaching me 
how to play the game of football, but how to be 
a man. Special thanks to Dwain Hogan. you're like 
a brother to me, my whole family, anyone I missed. 
Peace!!! Future Goals: To graduate from collage 
with a degree in finance. To go as far as 1 can in 
football. To marry and make some young lady 
h a p p > . 

Joshua Keroes 

I I Hayden Lane 

Activities: Ski Team 2.3.4; Scholarship Drive 

I, 2.3.4; Science Team 3; Telemedia 3.4; Bldg. 19 
Shoppin' Club 3.4; Soccer 1.4; Forum 2.3.4; Year- 
book 2.3.4-Director of Photography 4; Purity 
Supreme Music Band 3.4: Don't Change Thai Dial 




4: French Club 1.2; Spanish Club 3.4; Ullmann 
Fascination Club 3,4: Homework 3.5.4; Hall 
decorating 3.4; Varsity Skateboarding 1.2.3; JV 
Snowboarding 3.4; The "you love to Bow I" 
Hypnotism Club 3.4. Thanks To: My family, 
especially my mom, my grandparents, and my 
uncle. Thanks to Birddog for the library dump. 01" 
Blue for being blue, and letting me live at your 
house. To Spencer because I've told you my life 
siory. Thanks for Little Italy for always being 
(here. Thanx Shakespeare because I've known ye 
forever. Brian-if you ever use your voice in a dog 
food commercial, I'll hit you. Hey Jonnie: get a 
haircut, no wait don't do il! Luv" ya Katie. Forever 
and ever. I once knew two blonds. They were 
named Jen and Barb. I was interested. To Lester, 
for laughing at himself in a mirror for an hour. To 
Vin. for being one of the best kids I've ever known- 
Here's a Junior Superlative: Most likely to gradu- 
ate a year early: Scott Kleecamp. Oh, and Birddog. 

1 wanna be there when you gel lucky. Here's 
another superlative; Most likely to be Chinese: 
Yung-Hsin Chen. Another friend I know got 
slapped upside the head with a strangely-cut piece 
of cheese. Cheers. Eric. No thanks to any large, 
effeminate red-heads who ever made fun of me. 
Robo is neat. Scott Byam 20 years from today: 
Starts selling stock in wrestlers. "Like cool. I've 
got 20 shares of Hulk Jr.!" Thanks to any and all 
my teachers, especially Mrs. Rainis for not being 
a teacher when I didn't need it. Lynna and Kristen. 
youse is both beautiful. Bethanne, Jen, Anne. 
Christine, n' Mary-never. never change. This one 
is for Rachael. Ethan. Steve. Jessica, Yung-Hsin. 
and Dave. It also goes out to the crew at Harvard, 
especially Dish. They're all being silly. I'd wish 
they'd all stop. HA!! To Ivan, for not being a dork 
every day. Thanks to everyone at Carlton-Willard 
tor being way cool. In particular: Anastasia. 
Dwighl. Chris, and Suzanne. Drohan is a bean- 
pole. Little-Miss Leeman. the best thing about 
you is that you're. ..you. Thanks for poetry, trees, 
iwinkies. and comfy chairs. Thank God for music. 
Good God. thanks for fun. Oh. and Graham, thanks 
for offering Bible Studies to me! Simply, anyone 
whose been a friend of mine, put your name on the 

dotted line (Even if you don't like my 

music.) Future Goals: To live far. far away, past 
ihe plains and over the seas where I can live 
happi!> ever after with myself, a large dog. a 
companion, two gross of Cheesecakes, and God's 
personal phone number. 

Rachel Kiessling 

5.'^ Concord Road 

Thanks To: My mum. I love you dearly. My 
darling family and all my friends, thanks you for 
being there when I needed to laugh and cry and just 
be myself. Amy, thanks for being my soulmate. 
Future Goals: To save the world from human- 
ity, pollution, prejudice and hairspray. 

Matthew Warren Knell 

2 Cutter Street 

Activities: Football 1.4; Spring Musical 1.2.3.4; 
Tournament of Plays 4; Madrigal 2.3,4; Chorus 1 . 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad for starting the ball 
rolling. Dave & Cheryl for never bullying me. 
Craig for being one of my oldest and best friends. 
P.A.L & B.C.S for being two of my greatest 
Iriends. Eric Swenson for being Ricky and taking 
all the crap that we give him. Josh K. for his hair 
& his attitude. Dave DeSantis for being Italian. 
Scott Byam for being a The Amish Stallion, Dave 
Flores for being a ladies man. John Woolard for 
making Madrigal interesting. Dave Went worth 
lor showing me the power of comedy (and thai of 
his biceps), and Lester Pullen for being just Darn 
'unny. But most of all I want to thank Jen Carson 
lor being my bestest friend as well as the love of 
my life. Future Goals: To go to college, get a 
degree, get married, raise a family, and to find out 
hat the word was that Captain Kangaroo and 
Mr Bunny convinced Mr. Moose to say that would 
make all those darn ping-pong balls fall from the 
veiling. 

Stephanie P. Kyvelos 

6 Sheridan Road 

Activities: Softball 1,2. Varsity 3,4: Field 
Hockey 2. Varsity 3,4; SADD 2.3.4: Powder Puff 
3.4; Northeast Senior District 2,3,4; Hall Decorat- 
ing 1.2.3; Prom Decorating 3; Spirit Games 1 .2.3: 
Yearbook 4; Chuck Stone Fan Club- 1 .2.3.4. 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad. for all the love, 
guidance, support and those few extra doUa 



which I still have not managed to pay back. 1 
appreciate everything you've done for me and I do 
love you. Matt for being more like a friend than 
a sibling, and for always being there for me and my 
troubles. Nick for being the weirdest and craziest 
baby bro in the world. My aunts, uncles, cousins 
(especially Karen), Grandma. Papa, and Nona. I 
love you all so much. The Junior Fish/Senior Squid, 
summer of '91! Tha Fab Four and our many late 
night excursions. My sexy girlfriend. K.C. Love 
for Freddie Freaker. Cape Cod. the Vineyard. 
LITA, those talks in any of Lou's bathrooms, and 
always giving me the right advice. Keri Lynn for 
"I'm a white person!", introducing me to strange 
men. New Hampshire, and black bra parties. Kelly 
for being my oldest and longest friend, licking 
MM 's off floors, Davis School, and going through 
c\ er\ thing together! Aniko (Okina) for La da dee 
ki da da. Bagel Beer, and "I was a bad girl!" Jenny 
for being my Jr. Prom buddy. How's that bee 
sting? Joycey. for being a "woods" girl too. Pita 
for keeping a smile on my face and a belch in my 
ear. Zuzka. those Quebec talks, U Mass in the rain, 
and Super Zuzka. Moe for being as horny (if not. 
more) than me. Michelle. I am the bounty of Stop 
and Shop, and Algebra with Gary. Krisla, those 
crazy Middle School years. Jamie! Reggie and Jason 
for taking control of my deepest fantasies. Aloise. 
my cute-butted African. Buck, do the Michael 
Stipe. Dave T. for cracking me up with those stupid 
jokes. Brian S. for being the nicest guy I've ever 
met. Ed (Weights), for always keeping me smiling 
and being my favorite basey. Tim for being so darn 
cute and covering my window with eggs. Steve for 
listening to the funkiest music, and being as insane 
as me. Palosa. Robbie, ribbie the rabbit and ribbie 
the frog. "Fill her up Rob!" Daymion for that talk 
on the rock, always helping me out. and being a 
dumb Brit. Lou for having the best get togethers. 
being sweet, and hangin" with the Lion. Strazz for 
being the sweetest looking thing I've ever encoun- 
tered. Dan, the Doctor, for never figuring me out. 
and our brawl by the fire. I whipped your butt! 
Dave, for sharing everything with me. all those 
long talks, and for being such an awesome pal. Your 
friendship means everything to me, I love you. and 
Social Contagion is out! My studly prom date Nat. 
for being the best bud I could ever ask for. You ' ve 
helped me through some rough times, you've 
always been there for me and I don't know what 
I'd do without you around. Les. Dave W. and Jon 
H. for always cracking me up. Sarah B. for that 
certain "family" scoop. Jen P. for those late nights 
and long talks about everything. Pizza! How's 
your DONUT?? Marcy. let's bump noses. Debbie 
and Elina, those underclassmen years. Gretchen. for 
all those years and being rank 1 and never letting 
It gel to YOUR head. Denise. miss ya! Conehead 
Lady, Hard Rock and Thunder-P and Boomer will 
live on forever. Ashley, sophomore year, Mike F,, 
D.Mode, Palosa, Hard Rock, Luke and Boston. Sue. 
pancakes. Julie. Sunday afternoons with Bolt. 
Also. Jim Morrison. The McAllister household, 
my home away from home. Joe and Nick for being 
too cool to describe. Kevster and Ellie for being like 
second parents to me. Tom and Jane for putting up 
with us and the things we pull. Joan and Wayne 
for knowing me the longest. My shrink. The Junior 
Posse, especially Dave V. and Brian A. Mix 
Flowers. Becca, for barbies and hangin out together 
all these years. Dr. Hannibal Lector. Boll Maga- 
zine. Papa Smurf. Scooby Doo. Ed-chest-o-hair, 
Vern-o-cheek. Billy. Ray. Big Dave, and Kev my 
buddy on the docks. My addiction to Cheez Its. 
Frederick W. Southworth. for fulfilling my desire 
to be at one with nature. And Anthony Kiedis - can 
anything get better? Future Goals: To become 
a Park Ranger in the Grand Canyon, vacation in 
Jamaica with the Rastas, and settle down with a 
natural, granola eating, BEARDED kind of guy. 
Just to show Dan that treehuggers can do it better 
than any manager of Purity can. 

Andrea Nicole Lanier 

20 Hill Terrace 

Activities: R.O.T.C 1.2.3,4: Flags 4; Newspa- 
per 4; Yearbook 4. Thanks To: The best parents 
that anyone could have. Dad please get well fast 
and Mom I may seem like I am mean but I'll always 
love you guys. Sister "T" a nark but also a loving 
person I only do things to aggravate you after all 
I am the little sister, brother Pervis thanks for the 
talk about quitting and good luck with football I 
am sure it's in your future. Kerwin "Mike Tyson" 
Lanier Ihe best nephew ever, best amiga Patty for 
getting me home on time when I wasn't in the right 



frame of mind. Susan J N's will be N's. Sieph P 
"white power" stay sweet. Josh "mouse killer" 
Buckley and partner in crime Zach. Darlene B 
always having a smile for me. Nicky S always 
listening to me talk about Joseph. Mike "G.Q. 
Smooth" for the use of your bathroom New Year's 
Eve. Kerry "Vanilla Ice" my brother at heart. 
Chris W we had great limes together. Nickii B, 
Angela W, Lisa T. The trips were fun. Erica + Jo 
dance away guys. Nicky B, my gossip pal in 
homeroom. Gregg I have your fries, Jen P. 4 making 
flags fun, Rob Jr. luv ya stay sweet, Nana-Kyi 
almost killing me on the way to McDonalds. 
George say high to Mr. Happy, Cheerleading pals 
Jaqui B stay strong sister, Beth R, Kelly C, Kim T., 
Krista D. the Dino show was great. Steven C. I have 
my own room, to Ann, Bethanne and Jen N. my 
rcndvous crew at football games thanx guys, Chris 
H. Stacey W. Tina D. Jen D. Ed A. Benetha my New 
Yorker pal. Thanks, and last but definitely not 
least ROBERT SYLVIA my one and only FOR- 
EVER AND ALWAYS NEVER FORGET ME!! 
To anyone else I forgot Peace! Future Goals: To 
go to college in Georgia, and major in journalism 
and accounting, and to write a book, because no one 
has a bigger imagination than me, 

Kristen Larsen 

34 Dunelm Road 

Activities: Tennis 1 ,2.3,4; Sw imming 1.2: 

French Exchange 2,3; French Club 2.3,4; Spring 
Musical 1.2.3. Thanks To: Mom and Dad I could 
not ask for more understanding and loving parents, 
I love you guys with all my heart. Lynna. thank 
you for being my best friend. We have been 
through so much and I will never forget a minuie 
of it. Never forget swimming in freshman year, the 
water fights and all the other super times. Thank 
you for ait the surprise parties. Most of ail thanx 
for being there and understanding how I feel. I 
wish you all the luck in the world. Ivan, my 
brother I never had. You're always there. You 
never go away! HA HA. Thanx for all the 
awesome times. I cannot even begin to list all the 
trips and funny things. Maybe someday I will 
understand one of your jokes. Stephanie for 
listening to me. Want to drive on the highway 
Dave may you and your guitar forever be together. 
Thank you for being such a great friend. Theresa, 
never forget the France trip. Sage - Slug Bug. 
Sailing camp. Martha's Vineyard. Social Studies!!! 
Jodi . Lisa, Porge for letting me use his arm as a 
punching bag. Michelle, Patricia, Lisette. Anne - 

1 could never have made it through math without 
you. Danielle A. for being a great friend. Cait H. 
you're the greatest. Jill and Mike I love you guys. 
I'll never look at a calzone the same way. Mr. 
Pavao for the French Exchange Trip. Mrs. Rainis 
for being the best teacher I ever had. Mr. Dameron 
and Mr. Keup. Mrs. Wood for understanding me 
and letting me in your house. Thank you everyone 
who influenced my life. I wish you all the luck 
in the world. Future Goals: Go to college, be 
successful and happy, and marry a wonderful man 
and have kids. 

Tara Lee 

2 Colonial Place 

Activities: Flag Squad 2.3,4; Choir 2,3; Mad- 
rigal 4; Musical 1.2,3.4; Drama Club 1,2,3. Secre- 
tary 4; Tournament of Plays 1,3.4; Spring Play 3; 
French Club 1.2,3, Treasurer 4; Class Treasurer 2,3; 
Telemedia 4; Yearbook 4; NHS 3,4; Double Sextette 
4; Show Choir 4. Thanks To: Anyone who made 
me laugh in these past 4 years. To the 5 Star Color 
Guard: Darlene (my marching buddy). Am\ 
(you're the best). Jodikins. Lisa (knee slapper). 
Theresa (thanks for all the gym classes this yearl), 
Nickey. Nikki. Rachael, Kelly and Tricia. Steph. 
I miss you! Good luck to Ms. G. and next year's 
squad! Betsy, shake your thang. kins! Jill, never 
forget choir humor. Mark, thanks for an awesome 
Jr. Prom! Thanks also to: Chris C. Heath. Sarah 
(kins), Gretchen. Katie H. (for being so happy!). 
Brian S., Matt K.. Eric S.. Josh K., Craig G.. 
Daymion for being understanding when I type, and 
everyone else I forgot. To the Fehlaus and the 
Carson s, thanks for everything. To Mr. Low . Mr. 
Barbas and Mrs. Rainis for teaching me so much. 
Maureen, thanks for listening. Debbi - let's burn 
a manor' Chris C. Mike E.. Dave H.. Brian D. - 
my junior friends who never fail to make life 
interesting. Alex - we think alike. A full moon! 
Dave, my wild brother, thanks for keepin^g my 
secrets. Brian, thanks for being my honey and m\ 
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Jacqui - I'm glad we became close. Thanks for the 
movie dales (heading to NH). Andna - I'm Sue! 
Thanks for Physics jokes, chem labs and all the fun 
we've had, Andybubbles. JenTara - I silil lo\c 
you, even though you left the base! Thanks for 
getting me through these 4 years with the laughter 
and the tears (Is that the sun coming up?) To Bt- 
and Bandit, the best puppies in the world. Mo^i 
of all. lo Mom and Dad for their support, encour 
agement and ability to live with me! Future 
Goals: To make a name for myself in the 
entertainment business. To go to Uno's in 10 years 
with Jacqui. Andria and Jen to find another group 
of 4 girls, 9 years younger than us. To marry the 
man I love. To form SLP and take over major 
corporations. To keep everybody guessing! 

Brian R. Leeper 

104 Ent Road 

Activities: Concert Band 1.2; Marching Band 
1.2; Choir 1; Jazz Band 2; Chess Club 2.3; Keg Club 
2; Basketball 3; Sadd 3: Track 3; Football 3 
Thanks To: My Aunt and Uncle who decided tn 
let me stay up here in Mass. I'd like lo give a 
shotout to the "Ruffhouse" posse ( Jason. Ton\ 
ScotI, Bubba. Grey, Chris (1&2) and Zack) of the 
cafeteria crew. To all the ladies for making ni\ 
Senior year a pleasure and humerous one. Thanks 
to my mom for being with me all the way and m\ 
daughter Shanequita whose 7 months. I love you 
both. To all: I'll never forget you all! Love "B 
Brian Leeper. Future Goals: I plan lo attend 
college and major in Computer Engineering and 
minor in Music. 

John J. Lorusso 

13 Cot Hill Road 

Activities: Sleep 1 ,2.3.4; Party on the beach 
1 .2.3.4: Work at Purity 1.2.3.4. Varsity Soccer 4; 
Party all year at the Cape 3. Thanks To: Don. 
thanks for being my best friend for all these years. 
You are a great person to be around. Thank you Dr. 
Dan. ..Purity, Bud, Cape, road trips they were all 
experiences I won "t forget. Nat, you are ready, go 
strong no matter what.. .ask the 

Loveshack...Daymion. you not only got us back 
from the rough ones but you were a great friend to 
be around. ..Tim. thanks for the parties they'll go 
down in history. ..Dave T. thanks for the jokes 
forehead. -.Dave C. there is no room like 
y ours... Eric..-W hat a guy. what a fan. There's a 
Cup Bruin* in Boston... Scott. The Italian Stalion 
Fat Chicks Rule. ..Thanks to Purity not only an 
income but an adventure. Thank you Joyce m\ 
Semi-formal Buddy. Karen and Keri the raft in N.H 
was a party. Steph, the tentwoman. .party on 
Kelly. Zuzka. Mo, Anita, thank you all for beini: 
great friends. Thanks to the soccer team. ..what a 
rocker. Thanks to the legendary Ben Maxwell the 
best in the business. Thanks to the Howes and 
Randa/zos my second families: you're great. Aunis 
and I n^.le^ close and far thanks for everything. .A 
hig ihanks to all of my grandparents for showint: 
me the right way. Being a big brother was 
sometimes tough but you guys made it enjoyable 
Thanks Mark: you are the best brother in the 
world and always will be. Beth: even though we 
don't get along, you have been a wonderful sister 
Mom and Dad. I don't know how to thank you. All 
the home cooked meals, clean clothes, help when- 
ever asked for it. I appreciated it all. Most of all 
it was your superb guidance and advice that got me 
this far so someday I'll just maybe take it the first 
time you give it to me. Thank you so much for all 
you have done. Future Goals: Graduate college 
and become a successful architect. Have man\ 
wives. 

Kristina MacArthur 

133 Patterson Road 

Thanks To: Mr. Sullivan for putting up wiih 
my tardiness for the past 2 years and to the 
Bathroom Clan. Future Goals: To be the first 
woman president to put men in iheir place. 

Charles Mace 

9 Geneiii Circle 

Thanks To: Myself-seeing that I'm the only one 
who helped me get out of here! Future Goals: 
TO BE RICH! 

Elizabeth Anne MacQuilken 

14 Evans Avenue 

Activities: JV Basketball 1 ; Spanish club I ; 
Rondevue Crew 4; S A 1,2.3.4; Support crew 
1,2,3.4; Hall decorating 1.4. Thanks To: Mom 



and Dad for being so supportive and being there 
when 1 needed you. I love you. Kathy for being my 
closest friend. Karen for being my BIG sister. David 
lor being you. To the rest of my family for taking 
me as I am. Anne for being my best friend forever. 
Michelle for understanding me. Christine for 
making me laugh. Mary... for being Mary. Andy 
tor being the world's best teddy bear. Jeff for 
i-arrying me to my classes. Rachel for being a fun- 
loving person. Jen for helping me through my 
crisis (he he). Brain Dead for being yourself. S.A. 
iust because. Jesse for all the hugs. Tracey for being 
loud. Chuck my next door lockermate. Jodi. Lisa. 
Katie and Kristen for teaching me how to dance. Jen, 
Dee, and the Hilker family for everything you've 
done for me. Pony Club for leaching me so much. 
Barbee for being the world's greatest horse. The 
T.J. Maxx crew for everything. Josh for wearing 
your '"boxers" in gym. Lauren and the Travers 
family. I'm sorry I slopped going to church. 
Freckles and Tweedle Dumb for being cute. To all 
my teachers- believe it or not I did learn something! 
Thanks to everyone else 1 know and didn't mention, 
thanks for liking me for who I am. Thanks to 
everybody for all the good times we've had! I love 
>ou all. I hale lo say it. Class of "92, but goodbye 
and good luck in all you do! Future Goals: To 
he happy. 

Michael Ian Mazingo 

1 1 Constitution Drive 

Activities: Football 1,2.3; Track 1.2.3. Thanks 
To: Myself, because if I didn't believe in me who 
else would. But I would also like to thank my 
lather. Even though many limes we have not 
gotten along. I love him more than I could say. 
Thanks Dad without you my life would be nothing 
in a world full of everything. And last. I would 
like to thank Sabrina Newberry. For she is the 
pumpkin of my eye. Future Goals: My future 
goal is to be poor. When you're poor nobody 
expects anything from you. As long as Sabrina and 
1 are together being rich doesn't matter. Having 
material posessions doesn't mailer. For love can 
bring you more mental wealth than money can 
bring you physical wealth. 

Nat McAllister 

433 Concord Road 

\clivities: Soccer JV 1.2. V 4; Basketball 1; 
Lacrosse 1.2.3. Capt. 4; Ice Hockey 4; Hall Deco- 
rating 1.2.3.4; Prom Decorating! King ) 4. Thanks 
1 o: Dan for BMX bikes to road trips in the Love 
Boat, you're the best of friends. Strazz, thanks for 
all and all the best. Daymion, for being such a Brit, 
you've always been there and I'll always remem- 
ber it. Dave...uh...em...ahhh...you know. Rob. 
one too many crazy times, thanks for making 'em 
happen. Sweet Lou, you're the sweelest. by the 
way, who's your favorite super hero? Tim, Con- 
cord Lax will never be the same. Hammer for being 
a better friend than you know. Uncle Buck for 
being such a hick. Johnny J. for early morning 
drives. Jeff G.. there's one in every crowd. Justin 
P. for stayin' so cool over the years. Alessi for 
tishing at the Cape and crazy laugh sessions. Byam 
tor setting me up with all those stylish bow ties. 
Wenlworth. where'd we he without cheerios and 
army figures? Steve Craig and Dave Furey. for the 
most out of control times I've ever had. Many more 
shed sessions lo come and thanks for being some real 
cool friends. Flores for alt the treats in Drivers' Ed. 
Tobey, can you hook me up with some tickets to 
your show once you succeed Jay Leno? Eric S. for 
all the comics you got me into. Keri. I don't know 
where to start... Sally, my Queen, you're the best 
non girlfriend, girlfriend anybody could ask for. 
My shoulder's al w ays yours, thanks for ski trips, 
going away parties and for being you. I love ya. 
Karen. thanks for being a friend, and just a friend, 
and always speaking your mind to me. thanks. 
Steph. let's see, thanks for 24 hr. housecalls. 
walks, the prom, going to the show, and most of 
.ill. holding on through thick and thin, thanks!!! 
Jimmy for having the fund. Zuzka. things just 
haven't been the same since middle school but that's 
the way it goes. Thanks for a couple of great years. 
Kelly, my neighbor, thanks for games of pickle, 
smear the queer, bike rides, pool parties, etc. you're 
fantastic! Jenni. Joooooooan!! Yup. that's right. Oh 
yeah. Hawaii on the way. Joyce, thanks for being 
my only "butts" friend now and ever. We'll have 
to have more of those little chats. Anita, just for 
being dirty, thank you so much for being in the 
crew, 1 needed you there. I respect you more than 
you know. Thanx! Linda. Steph. and Beth for so 



many preps. Steph for being my cheerleader' Nana- 
Kyi and Nicovanna for always complimenting me 
to death. Darlene for smiling, all the time. Moe and 
Michelle, the terrible two. if you two are ever 
separated give me a call. Hope, thanks for keepin' 
me in line. Jen C. for slushes. Trica for laughing, 
Jen D. for still being my friend. Ashley for 
freshman and sophomore years. West Side Billerica. 
These are the times we look back at for the rest of 
our lives and laugh at. thanks to everybody for 
making them happen. Special Thanks To: God for 
making me. Mom for having me. Dad for keeping 
me. Pat, Ben, Mike. Nick, and Joe for being the best 
brothers one could ask for. I really appreciate 
everything you've given me, shown me. and taught 
me. I love you and thanks again. Future Goals: 
To move out west to California and run a beachside 
bar and volleyball club. Have Dan Hunt as one of 
my several beautiful waitresses. Maybe even get 
married. No! Have another house al the basin of 
Breckenrldge. Colorado. And snowboard during 
the winter until I'm a ripe old man and after that. 
Die Happy! 

Anne McCulloch 

3 Evans Avenue 

Activities: Library radiator 3.4: Killer Soccer 
1 .2.3,4. Thanks To: Mom. Dad. Elizabeth for 
being short. George for being a "Punk", and Ed for 
being Ed. Bethanne. Christine. Michelle. Rachel. 
Rachel. Katie. Beth M.. Jodi. Lisa. Ian, Jim. Brett, 
Chris A., Josh. Heather. Andy. Jeff. Jen. Patty, 
Wikki. Mr. GQ. Ethen, Eric. Jason. Mary. Corey. 
Lupy. Mr. Brown Bag Man. The Lift Group. 
Everyone at T.J.'s and everyone else. Future 
Goals: To have the Shoelace God the religion of 
the world. To have my arms covered with metal 
and shoelaces. 

Scott McDonald 

14 Liberty Lane 
Activities: Soccer 1,2.3,4: Basketball 1; Work 
1 .2.3.4. Thanks To: My Mom and Dad for 
putting up with me and Sandra J. for always being 
by my side and Jason C. Reggie K.. and Lester P. 
for making High School interesting and Paul J. for 
being my best friend for 12 years and Mark B. for 
helping me out in History and Spanish and once 
again Jason C. for "showing me the way." Future 
Goals: To go to College and get my Bachelors 
Degree. Then get a job in the Engineering field or 
just become a multi millionaire. 

Keri Lynn McGrath 

1 Oakridge Lane 
Activities: Field Hockey 1.2 V 3.4; Softball 
2,4; Spanish Club 1.2: Latin Club 3; Yearbook 4; 
SADD 1.2.3.4: Hall decorating 1.2.3.4; Prom deco- 
rating 3; Youth Ministry 3.4; Musical 1.2. 4: Spirit 
games 1.2.3; Choir 1.2,4. Thanks To: Karen for 
being my best friend and to all our late nights. 
"Let's do the Charleston" COOKIES!! Kelly for 
being my second, we are at that Neil concert maybe 
we'll invite Ottis "It was nice to meet you ".don't 
go falling off anymore boats now. Steph. R.E.M. 
dance, my little tentwoman. good luck finding 
your bearded man. you're the best, don't change!! 
Fab 4 Rules!! To Anita for the best burps, and "Can 
I pop your blister"? Zuzka. firemen fred. We're 
the lasting couples of the crew, and "I didn't want 
nuts on my sundae"! Jenny my Emerson buddy, 
clam chowder, and captains of our spring sport (li - 
the best one). Joyce. "Hey Carla give Tony my bc-i 
and don't forget the Maude"! Aniko for always 
being in a partying mood and no Aniko your breathl 
doesn't smell. Michelle, Colorado was the best. do| 
you think I saved that rose long enough? Krisla.] 
"Kritta knows". Weirs Beach, and the Angora! 
Debs. Moe for always acting spazzy and for beingj 
the best floor dancer. Junior Fish Ruled' 
K4J2M2A2ZS: I love you all!! Now to the guys. 
Dan for being the best brother a girl could have andl 
for making all my High School weekends| 
rememorable. Nat. my Harry, thank you for all the 
long talks, I don't know what I'd do without you 
and remember I say potatoe. I love ya! To Daymion 
you Brit! thanks for always having the same I 
schedule as me and your massages. Scott S.. you're! 
pretty ugly, never forget the famous ski weekend! 
or falling asleep in the lake. Dave C. "Meet you! 
in Wolfboro". Timmy. for always making me! 
laugh. 1 like your Gap sweater. Lou. pretty bad! 
house and for always being sleepy. Rob for having! 
the best hair lo play with and being the mosti 
ticklish person I know. To Reggie and Jason the I 
football studs! Psychology wouldn't be the samel 



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without you guys. Jon H. for having a birthmark 
too: Dave T. for always having good pickup lines: 
Alouise "hey Baby"; Edwin for having the cutest 
smile and looking good in your football uniform. 
Chris A. CRISTOBOL!; Fra'nkie W. for all the 
family functions. Also to Lisette. Hit the Road 
Jack, skiss skiss: Theresa, Quebec; Jen P. Love 
Circles: Marcy. Beth. Karie and Steph P. you guys 
are awesome. Katie D. for Cape Cod. Jose at Pizza 
Hut. and going tubbing. To the Field Hockey team 
\ou guys are great especially Krislen. Terri. and 
Michelle. Also to the Lynn Crew. WE MADE IT! 
Sarah B. we have the best memories, "a little 
sexy": and to Neil Diamond for being my idol- 
Special Thanks: To Paul for being the best boy- 
friend, we've had the best memories and I know 
there will be many more. I love you. To the 
Doherty family and Raggs for being my second 
lamily and home, you guys are the best! To Ellie 
and Kev Clancy, thanks for hockey tickets, and for 
putting up with Karen and me through the years. 
Sheryl, we go so far back-I know we'll always be 
close no matter where we are. To my mom and dad- 
Thank you for all your support and love, and for 
pulling up with me throughout my whole life. 
And to my brothers-Brian, good luck being the 
oldest sibling. Daniel, you can't have my room. 
Michael, monkey-child, and last but not leasi. 
Kevin-keep your clothes on! I love you all. even 
Cinder, even though you killed my cat. Future 
Goals: To see Karen Clancy fall in love, to go u> 
college, one day settle down, and to buy a new cat. 

Randy Steven Messineo 

13 Elioi Road 

\ctivities: Weight-lifting Team; Boxing team; 
Wrestling team: Mickey Mouse club. Thanks 
To: First I'd like to thank my mother for always 
being there to talk to even though I didn't do much 
of that, and for always arguing with me when I did 
something wrong-you were the best at that. 
Thanks to my father for telling me to really stick 
10 school because you didn't want to see me kick 
myself in the butt later. I'd like to thank Niki for 
always being there when I needed to cut someone 
down or fight with someone. It would have been 
boring without you. Thanks to Darryl for being 
the best guy my sister could have married. Thanks 
lo Ray and Kig for being the best and most generous 
grandparents I have. Thanks to Jim for being the 
best stepfather I could have and for my being able 
to do stuff with you. Thanks to Dianne and Ed. and 
the rest of my family for being the best I could ever 
ask for. Thanks to Brian and Kristie for helping me 
ihrough hard limes, you guys are the best. Thanks 
lo Jodi for everything! "T.L.Y.F!'" A big thanks 
to Ms. Bemis, Ms. Manson. Mrs. Light, Ms. 
Savarino. and Mrs. DiClemente for being a big help 
ihrough my years in school. I'd also like to thank 
the Class of 1992. you guys are the best! Future 
Goals: To go to college to become a gynecologist, 
to reach new heights, and to boldly go where no 
man has gone before. 

Karyn E. Mills 

100 Concord Road 

Activities: Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 
:.3.4; Marching Band 1.2.3.4: SADD 2,3.4: French 
Club 1.2: Drama Club 1.2; Theresa Concannon Fan 
Club 3: Spring Track 2.3.4; Musical 1,2.3.4. 
Thanks To: Pruney (Stephanie Perino) for being 
>uch a hormone. You make me laugh and keep life 
exciting. Don't forget lo spin and sing. You're the 
best-don't ever change. Beth Rivinius-6 period, for 
being a cod girl and having real dreams. Thanks for 
everything coolness! Lisette Alba-Cape Cod. 
ihissy . metal detectors, sign shopping, we have 
had our share of good limes! You are one of the fev^ 
people who can really make me laugh. Thanks for 
being so supportive and full of good advice. Jen 
Peierson-you are neat and good at baton. Thanks 
for rebelling with me during marching band {Bow 
Tie.) You are the one person who I am 100 sure 
that you will succeed! Whatever field you choose- 
you'll do great. Good luck! Theresa C. for being 
neutral and coming up with the funniest dances and 
cheers: "Go Bedford WOO- WOO- WOO!" Re- 
member Quebec and Philly? "Um, I don't think 
this is open..." Nancy Saunders, even though 
you're at school. I'm glad lo say we're still friends. 
Thanks for loo many memories to list and for being 
d pretty girl. You were always there for me and 
1 hope some day if you ever need anything, you'll 
come to me. I made it!! Julia Farmer-for moving 
here from California (I'm sure you're glad.) You 
know how lo parly. Thanks for being m\ 



Humanities bud! I could not of lived ihrough ii 
without you. Julie McMahon-where do I start.^ 
How about M. Dlight? Oodles and oodles. ..Trolls. 
Voovrand. the loyal car pel. Dike. M-Band.. 
Thanks for making me laugh so hard that I couldn i 
breathe and for loving Arabs so much! Also Ihank^ 
lo Darbene, Thissy. Jedith, Elesnick, AnnisL m 
Media, Rancelta. and who ever else I missed 
Thanks Dave DeSantis for those phone con vers a 
tions and always keeping the opinion open 
May be... someday I'll look you up! Chastity. m> 
accounting buddy. Jenn Nickerson-good luck with 
Richard. Kelly you make physics bearable. You 
are so funny and you wear the best earrings. Krisia. 
Daymion. Marcy (never stop ROCKING on! ) Dan 
and Nat for being so nice. Lester (J. Prom). Ton> 
Johnson (law class). Matt Hansen (shoe boy), 
Freddie-my gym buddy. Keri McGrath— Youth 
Ministry at your house was a blast. Rich Dube-the 
possibilities are endless, Wayne Sullivan. Kaan. 
Todd and Ryan for thinking with your minds and 
not with something else. Michelle Dee for all your 
advice and good moods and for showing me how you 
really are and the entire class of 1992 !! Special 
Thanks to Mrs. Niblack (my 2nd mom), m\ 
Grandparents and my parents who made me believe 
in myself. Thanks for putting up with m> moods 
and for being so nice. Joey and Jamie for making m\ 
home life so good. I LOVE YOU ALL!! Future 
Goals: To find out why they call me witchas 
To see Nancy Saunders settle down with one gu\. 
To find a profession I really like and make a ton of 
money. To marry a tall dark handsome man who 
IS healthy, rich and will spoil me rotten. 

Elizabeth K. MoHeld 

234 Carlisle Road 

Activities: Field Hockey 2.3: French Club 
2.3.4: SADD 2.3.4; Yearbook 4; Spring Track 2: 
Dunkin'Donuts Slave 4: Killer soccer 3: Shadow 
Stalker 1 .2.3.4. Thanks To: Fellow Dunkin 
Donut slaves: Nicky (small amount of hornets in 
the dumpster). Jason for getting the key stuck in 
the cash register. Seth for doggin" donuts (now 
PRETEND to take his money). Carrie (the oatmeal 
cookie wench must die) and Eric for quilling 
(S3. 61). Thanks to Katie (Breathless and clueless) 
for being friends since first grade, men petite chou 
Jodi (Tangerine!) for getting lost in Concord iBah 
ha ha) and bumping elbows. Lisa (cheerful is 
better) for Chinese Firedrilling (and giving me a 
release form in case you die whilst doing it). Barh 
my imperial leader (Freddy Leaves). Jen for nui 
putting your desk on my hair in Physics ("You're 
cool" to Mr. UUmann ) Anne { McCuUoch ! ) for 
being a Friggin' Hippie (Every party has a pooper 
that's why we invited you - Here comes the sun) 
Sage for being schizophrenic (that is a 
FIREHAZARD). Pre-leaders ERA of LIFT (late 
90s-early 91) for shadow stalker, killer soccer, and 
paper bag plays (Ming dynasty brick). An\ 
surviving members of Chickens Anonymous or 
Loonies (Thunder Cats. Ho!) Ski-Bus 85-91 (Lin 
gerie) Mrs. Rainis (c'esi vos derniere petite 
dejeuner!) for pulling up with me for four years 
never saying anything, French or otherwise. Kristcn 
+ Ivan (shut up you!) Mrs. Alcarez and Mr. Barron 
for being awesome art teachers. And. finally. Am ;> 
for trips to Boston (Beth! Don't TALK to him i 
Dangerous driving (just going to the mall) Lost 
without a clue in Concord. Friendly "s (Mozzarella 
slicks) and Denny 's (what a cool place) and 
everything else. You are the best friend anyone 
could ever hope for. I vow never to hit another 
curb with(oul) you in the car next to me to resist 
slapping me because it would hurl. SPECIAL 
THANKS: To my family-Dad for when I needed it. 
Chip, my ever loving brother ( I am Shandor from 
the village of the north, and Ling Ling will have 
some Iwigs-I like cheese-Hey there's something 
screwy about this fight, or my name isn't Callamore. 
and it isn't Hello. Bishop-Look at all these dead 
brain cells-spoon Iricks-Him Screwball-Did you 
think I was stupid. Ramsey? Don't ever put your 
fork in my plale...) for being a Chippa-Dippa. 
getting me into the hairy weirdos, and telling me 
(almost) everything. Linda for math help (God 
knows I needed it) Nanny for one day making Mom 
rich (Pin the what on the who?) and Grammy for 
being perfectly awesome in every way. Thanks for 
taking my side over Mom's (even when you 
shouldn't) drinking tea, making banana bread, 
having a dog named Nellie, leaching me to drive, 
spoiling your grandchildren and being, basically. 
Grandma the Greatest. I love you ali. 




Jennifer Elizabeth Nickerson 

27 Burlington Road 

Activities: Spanish Club 1 ; Hall Decorating 
1 .2.3.4: Musical 1 .2.3.4; Choir 1 .2.3: SADD 1 .2. 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad, thank you so much 
lor all of the love and support you've given me 
(hrough the years and for being so understanding. 
1 couldn't have made it without you. I love you 
both so much! To Brooke for being the best sister 
in the world, luv ya! To Rick Dockham. thank you 
for becoming a special part of m> life. I love you 
so much sweetheart. To the Dockhams. thank you 
for all thai you have done for me, and for accepting 
me into your family. I love you all. To Heather. 
I'm glad we could put our differences aside and 
become good friends again, please keep in touch and 
take care of yourself. Bethanne and Anne (Slash), 
you two have always been great friends. I'll never 
forget you. Michelle S., thanks for being so 
"blond." Good Luck with Scott in the future. To 
Andy M. and Jeff J., you two are the best, thanks 
for everything. I love you both. Chris W.. sorry 
about last year, but we did have some good times, 
thanks. Chuck M.. thanks for being such a 
sweetheart (don't forget energy), Eric Y.. Stacey 
W.. Dwayne R.. Jesse R., Jonathan O.. thanks for 
ihe dumpster (just kidding), take care. Mike M. 
(GQ smooth I. Edwin A.. Steve Craig. Lisa C 
Hope. Nana-kyi. Niki L.. for beginning the "rendez- 
vous crew" on #6. John B.. Darlene B., Kristen L.. 
Sabrina N.. Mark S.. Mary P. (forever grateful to 
ihe Dead). Christine H.. Big Brian. Little Bryan. 
Brad H. for bringing Rick and I together, Shawn 
S.. Geoff C. Rachel K. for making lunch very 
interesting, Bryan A., to Lupy whoever you are. 
and to the entire class of 1992. thank you all! 
Future Goals: To marry Rick Dockham. the 
re at est man in the w orld. have two or three 
hLjuiiful children, have a big, gorgeous house close 
In the mountains in Colorado, go into Law and live 
hte to the fullest. 

Jonathan David O^Donnell 

44 Meadowbrook Road 

.Activities: At Chapel Hill. Varsity Soccer 1 : 
\'arMt\ Lacrosse 1.2; Varsity Wrestling 1.2; Var- 
Mi> C^ns^ Country 2: At Tilton School. Varsity 
Wrestling 3: Varsity Lacrosse 3. Thanks To: My 
Mother and my Father for their encouragement 
every day of every year. And thanks to all my 
triends who stood by during good limes and bad. 
I'd also like to thank everyone at Chapel Hill and 
Chavey Hall, and everyone at Tilton School. 
Future Goals: I want to go to college and then 
live a life of leisure and experience the finest 
luxuries available. 1 also want to help the needy 
and spend time exploring the world. 

Rachel Pappas 

9-b Apple Tree Lane 
8 Grera Avenue Fern Tree 
Gully Melbourne Victoria 3156, Australia 
Activities: Drama Club 4; Telemedia 4: Rifle 
Team 4; A.F.S 4; Tournament of Plays 4; Hall 
Decoration 4; Spring Play 4. Thanks To: First 
I would like to thank my host family. Lynda. Bob, 
Jamie & Jodi. They have been fantastic ever since 
I arrived here. This experience would not of been 
possible if they had not opened their house and 
their hearts to me. There is no way to repay them 
for all they have done for me. I would like to thank 
my real family for financially making this expe- 
rience possible. They've always supported me in 
everything that I've wanted to do. They've 
supported and encouraged me to be independent and 
make my own decisions. I'd like to thank my new 
friends, who have been friendly and open and tried 
to make me feel comfortable. I'd like to thank 
Katie Holden for giving me that head start in the 
beginning w hen I really needed it most. I'd like 
to also ihank: Jodi. Lisa. Elizabeth; Kim. Amy. 
Jen. Barb, Lynna. Kristen. Sage, Dave, Dave. Dave. 
Dave (all different Daves) Jon. Eric. Lesier. Josh. 
Ivan & Daymion, I apologize if I forgot anyone. 
Last but not least, my most special friend in the 
entire world . who hasn't been here to share this 
experience with me, Elise Barratt. She was a most 
significant person in my life and has influenced me 
greatly. I wish her and everybody else the best 
in the future! Thank You. love Rachel. Future 
Goals: To succeed in directing, producing and 
acting. To find someone to settle down with and 
live comfortably for the rest of my life. I don't 
have anything special in mind, other than to be as 
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Timothy J. Patenaude 

330 South Road 

Activities: Drill Team. 1 .2; Deieniion, 1 .2.3. 
Culling Classes. 1.2.3: Smoking. 1,2.3.4; Pariyint: 
1.2.3.4. Thanks To: Mrs. Walcoll for helpin-: 
me gel through high school; Mrs. Donovan for 
nolhing; Mr. Powers for an amusing class: Benji. 
Jason, Shamu, I saw Red. for being my friends 
during high school; Heather Peebles for nol dump- 
ing me. Future Goals: To be a Sniper for 
Airborne Rangers. To find out if SuHy buffs or .spii 
shines his head. To kill 3/4 of the teachers in 
Bedford High. To burn the .school down. 

Mary Pellegrini 

22 Temple Terrace 

Activities: Ski team. 1 .2.3. Thanks To: M> 
mom for always being there for me in and out of 
school. Christine Harrington for being my best 
friend, all ihe redundant statements that really 
repeal themselves, always being there for me with 
your open mind, telling me to stop acting like I 
have PMS. planning out our future life on the 
deserted island creating a new breed of deformed 
hippie people with Ben & Tom on the boat, making 
lists of reasons why we didn't want to go to dances, 
stealing shot gun from Sieve but never Corey, and 
asking if I minded when you asked if I minded if 
you fitz with the radio. To Corey Gunning for 
letting me be the way I want to be, staying with 
me. finding my keys at RFK. all the great times, 
ril always love you. you've given me more than 
I ever imagined someone could have. To Anne 
McCullock for having fun at my parties. Val 
Heimple for gettin me back into things November 
of junior year. Sieve Craig for making my mornings 
interesting and saying "chicken butt." Debbie 
Jones for saying "is there any more?" Jesse Reed for 
giving me lots of hugs. To Josh Keroes for being 
the lead singer of Bennie Marly and the lepricons. 
To Tom for being my friend. To Rachel Keisling for 
letting me name Cisco. To my friends... I love you 
and I sincerely hope that you never die. Future 
Goals: To live on a deserted island with Christine. 
Corey, and Tom and start a deformed breed of hippie 
people, and to sit around a kettle in Africa and 
reminisce. 

Sergio A. Perez 

83B Scott Circle 

Activities: Drama Club I: Baseball 2: Swim 
Team 2; Art Club 3: Spanish Club 4. Thanks To: 
God - who helped out and gave hope to me. Whatta 
pal! The coolest of cool people. My Mommy - 
Thanks for having me. (wasn't it worth it!) You 
have been a big influence on me. maybe that's why 
we are so much alike. You taught me respect and 
pride, two hard lessons that didn't come easy. 
Gracias. Te quiere mucho con besos y abrazos. Tu 
Hijo. My sister Andrea and cousins Char and 
Heather - you guys are pains in the culo! I love and 
respect all three of you. Little girls one day, young 
women the next. You have all my support and 
remember "Tu fami lia es Primero" My friends - 
The real ones that is. Here's to you, you rule. 
Future Goals: To live life, just by doing my 
own thing, to the fullest. I look forward to the 
challenge my generation faces, and to lake it day by 
day. I want to be able to roil with the punches 
when things ain't so great. I want to be happy even 
if it kills me because anything that doesn't makes 
me stronger. 

Stephanie Ann Perino 

1 8 Ledgewood Drive 

Activities: Cheerleading 2,3.4; Track 1.3: 

Atheletic Trainer 2; Swim Team 1; SADD 1.2.3.4 
Spanish Club 1,2.3; AFS 3.4; Hai! Decorating 
1,2.3,4; Prom Decorating 3; FLWC 3. Thanks 
To; Thanks Mom and Dad for being the best two 
parents in the world. I love you both and don't ever 
forget that. My little sister, Christine, thanks for 
being the coolest little sis in the world. I love you 
Chris and I'll miss you when .1 go to school. Thanks 
to the rest of my family too. especially my 
grandmother Perino. I miss you very much Nan. and 
I still wish you were here. Thanks to Reggie for 
being a great football player. I hope you liked the 
psych bags throughout the years. Jason, for being 
a funny guy and a pushy football player (just 
kidding). To Dan H. for being the best looking 
doctor in Ihe world. Nat for being an extra nice guy 
and an awesome soccer player. Thanks to Rob 
( Robbie) S. and Tim. C. for making me laugh. Tim 
would you like a massage? To Ed for being the best 



all around guy in the world. To Dave D., Dave F., 
Jon H., Pete I.. Lester, Frank (Wine), and the rest 
i»f your crew for being Ihe best bunch of guys ever. 
Thanks to Brian S. for the poem and for being a great 
i:uy. Thanks to Greg "Egg" for being an extra cool 
sophomore. Thanks to the *9I/'92 Cheerleaders: 
Kelly. Beth. Jenny. Caro. Jenn. Kim. Julie. Sara, 
Sieph. A., and Jaqui.You guys are awesome. Good 
luck next year! Thanks to Nickey L. for being a 
great friend throughout the years. To Krista for 
being an awesome cool girl. To Kelly (Capt Kelly) 
for being a great friend and captain. To Jenny for 
making cheerleading a great time. To Zuzka for 
driving me up to UMass to see Rob. To Krislen L. 
tor always being there for me through the past 5 
years. Would you like to take a drive on the 
highway? To Michelle S. for making Physics 
exciting. To Nana-Kyi and Darlene for being extra 
nice to me. Thanks to Moe and Daymion for making 
me laugh. Thanks to the Alexander's crew! Thanks 
to Jeff (Stumpy). Dave Z. (Zeek). Chris (Tex), and 
Kevin (Le Q) for being there for me last year. 
Thanks to Mark B.. Jeff W.. and Pat T.. for being 
awesome police officers. Thanks to my friends in 
Cambridge: Ronda. Ducan, Mario. Angelo. Allison. 
Nicole, Michelle W.. Michelle M.. and Tara, J. J., 
my sister, words cannot express what our friend- 
ship means to me. Thank you for being there when 
1 needed you. Good luck next year. I'll miss you! 
Biff, thanks for everything, from rides to talks. 
I'll always value our friendship. Miss Mills, for 
always making M.D. Light my hero. Lisit. for Jr. 
year (Deardork and Duggie). I'll never forget you 
as long as I live. To Marcy, for always giving me 
-itlitude. thanks for the summer. Terri, for being 
neutral and a cool girl. Rob. thanks for making my 
junior year so special. I hope things work out for 
the both of us. I'll never forget you. Good luck in 
whatever you do. I love you! Finally thanks to the 
class of 1992 for all of the memories I'll treasure 
forever. Future Goals: To major in Accounting 
and minor in Underwater Basket-Weaving 
101.345699. at the college of my choice. To 
hopefully understand Physics one day and take Mr. 
Ullmann's place at B.H.S. To understand what 
makes the people of America tick with Karie 
Mills. To see Beth Rivinius get a brand new car. 

Jeniffer Arlene Peterson 

18 Lido Lane 

Activities: Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4; Field 

Hockey 2: Lacrosse Manager 2; Majorette 3.4. 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad for always being there 
whenever I needed to talk, and for giving me a little 
push during those times when I wasn't trying my 
best - I love you! John and Jason for being who 
you are and for caring about me so much. I love you 
both! Greg and Mark for being my favorite cousins 
and the best friends I could ever have. A.W.A. 
Carol - thank you for being as close as any sister 
could ever be. I love you. You will never know 
how much you've done for me. "A flower for 
you?" Someday we'll stop being blamed for 
everything!-yuh right!!!! Thank you Shanna for 
being there whenever I needed someone. You are 
the only friend that I've ever admired, don't ever 
change, sis. Cousin Mary-I miss you more than 
youTl ever know. Auntie Sonia, my second 
mother. Nana, Uncle Greg, my godparents- Auntie 
Marian and Uncle Ralph. Cousin Kenny and Karen. 
Auntie .Ann. Uncle Mitchell, Auntie Sandra. Uncle 
Kevin-I'll always be that little girl who fell 
asleep under your Christmas tree! Michelle, 
Michael and Kristopher. Auntie Barbara. Uncle 
Eddie, and Auntie Eddie Ann and Uncle Dave. 
Richard and David. Andrea and Bobby Mov session. 
Barbara. John. Bobby + Danielle + Mr. + Mrs. 
litaney. Prunes-blazer buddies forever! Just think 
no more running to the bus or fighting with Mr. 
M. Thank you for being such a good friend. Thanks 
for ALWAYS cheering me up. Keep in touch Mrs. 
D. I'll miss you. Linda. Linda - double your 
pleasure! Biff-for being just like a little sister to 
me. be strong and always be happy. Never forget 
the guy playing volleyball at Hampton! Lisit-I'm 
still tired from all of the skiing we did! Peters i re ! 
I'll never get over deerleaf and deerlree....] loved 
study sophmore year with B.I.F. Eench-ga! Ms. 
Mills for giving us the Classics: Cheddar Pop! 
RUNS forever! Go Marylyn! Thank you for 
making Friday Band practice bearable. Thanks for 
all the compliments! Keep in touch cool one! 
Twitch!! Terry-you are the absolute coolest 
person I know!! Band just wouldn't be the same 
without you! Go Bedford woo-woo-woo! Be-de- 
a-ha!! Purple spring, green lamp ha ha ha ha! Mace- 



Always check your lermometer before you put t 
your bating suit or else you might not tink abo 
swimming on Tanksgiving Tursday even if it 
your birtday because Tiffy is oh-shorl one w ii: 
many hairs. Go shmuckman!! keep chuggin! Jason 
and Reggie for just being you. I think! You both 
mean alot to me. I'm going to miss you. Toros for 
being there through all my tears and laughs and 
even when I acted stupid. I'll always love you 
Thanks: Allison. Apo. Chris. Shawn. Todd. Kohar 
and Sarkis for being my other mom and dad 
Michael and Johnny G., Bobby, Levon, Mark B 
wa wa! Haig. Aram. Mike M., Ani B., Lori Z 
Vartan your just like anothei 

brother. .overprolective. Gary A., Ray, Popken 
Michael C.-just 4 Fun. Areg you are II smooth 
Hovik for what almost was and Eric for whji 
NEVER was. Nikki. Nikki and Darlene for making 
band almost worth while. Nichi for always being 
there to talk to about a new group! Krista. Sage, 
Linda and Missy "everybody's got to flip!" Steph 
K-Stefania Lasagne. Stefananananie and Tecumseh 
for all the fun we had freshman and sophmore year. 
Have some doghnuls! Anita, Pita, for being the 
only one that I stayed friends with since kinder 
garlen-it means alot to me. Karen C. for all the 
times we did things with Charlie and Brian T 
Poker! Zuzka-seeing eye pigs. Keri-Rotary. Thanks 
Sarah B, John B-I'm gonna getcha! Jacqui. Chrisiin. 
P, Michelle Saradayian, Luis. Tsolair. Toni. Zack 
vorez Bachegere, Brian, my little freshman bo\ 
Kim T.. Mario Jack for making Carol so happ\ 
Randy. Debbi + Amy. Scott. Hope. Daymion. Tim 
Rob. Dave Went worth. Lester Pullen. Mai and 
KC. Thanks to everyone in A.C.Y.O.A. and to all 
Aremenians every where-be proud! And finally 
thanks to God for getting me through the best and 
worst years of my life!! Future Goals: To attend 
college, and then go on to law school. From there 

1 would like to become a District Attorney and 
eventually a judge. I would also like to marry and 
have three children- two boys and a girl. I want 
to live in Boston and have a house in California and 
a condo in Bermuda. Another goal 1 have is to make 
all Armenian children aware and proud of their 
heritage and stop Armenians from Americanizing 
their last names. Above all I want to be happy 
all my life. 

Laurie Pietchel 

2 Davis Road 

Activities: Field Hockey 1; Ski Team I. Thanks 
To: Mom. Dad. Amy. Michelle, and Mark for 
helping me through all these years and for giving 
me so much support I love you all!! Thanks to the 
Albani family for all your love and support. 
Thanks to Megan for all the times you babbled on 
about nothing, and for making me laugh so hard 
when you fell down the stairs at the Coors Factory 
m Colorado and the singing in the car "Introducing 
Susan. Betty. Megan, and Laurie, the Roller's". 
Thanks to Tina for being such a good friend for the 
past 12 years. We have had a lot of good times. 
Don't forget all the Red Sox games and "My Man", 
and the concerts that we went to, especially Tom 
Petty. I wish you the best of luck forever 
( Hopefully you will marry Frank ). Thanks to 
Amy for all the good times in Bedford and in New 
Hampshire and for just being yourself. I hope you 
achieve all your goals in life, good luck with 
Gregg!! Thanks to Lisa, even though you aren't 
here, I miss you. You were such a good friend and 
you always will be. Thanks for all the times you 
made me laugh over stupid things and for the points 
system (Just remember we are the best at that, not 
Tina) Thanks to Steven for being such a good friend 
and boyfriend and for all the great times we had 
together, I love you!! Thanks to Debbie for all the 
great times, especially in Maine and "Hello. 1 like 
you" and our hair from the weather. Don't forget 
about CA.CA.PB.PB. Good luck in the future and 
don't forget your poncho! ! Thanks to Elina for 
always making me laugh, especially over your 
shock face and "I smell gas. is that bad?". I love 
ya Oogi!! Thanks to Sarah for always listening to 
me and making me laugh so hard, especially over 
your own laugh, and for keeping Amy hanging 
when she wanted 10 points. Also thanks to Katie 
Putney. Pete Duda, Joyce. Kerri P., Tom Chester. 
Eric Y., Tim. Jen H.. Big J. Brandi, Michelle E.. 
Michelle Sanford, Brad Harris. Linda (Dl), Cynthia. 
Jen Davies and Tina Davis. I would also like to 
thank Tim Theophile for being so perverted all the 
time, and for the fun time at the concert. Thanks 
to Mr. Hunt for helping me out so much over the 
past years and for always saying "Hi" back to me 





:n the hall, you are the best teacher. A special 
ihanks lo Fr. Sheehan for helping me out so much 
over the years and for always taking the time to 
talk lo me when I needed to. I will never forget 
everything you have done for me. Thanics to Fr. 
Picardi for the dinners and for always making fun 
of Megan with me. Thanks to anyone else thai I 
mishi have left out, thai has helped me over the 
\ears. Good luck to our senior class. WE MADE 
IT!!! Future Goals: To hopefully get my 
drivers License before I'm 21. Go to college and do 
[he best I can. Get a job that makes a lot of mone> . 
iiel married and be very wealthy, and live life lo 
the fullest. 

Charlene Y. Poiito 

81 A Scott Circle 

Activities: Softball 1 .2; Volleyball 1 ; Varsii> 
Cheerleading 3; Mascot 3; Bum 4. Thanks To: 
Mom and Dad - I love you both! For all the times 
you were there to wipe away a hurtful tear, to give 
a smile or a laugh. You have given me every 
opportunity at everything. You've been ever>- 
thing to me. I love you both with all my heart. 
Have fun with the other 2!! Heather Polilo - words 
cani say what you mean to me. We've been 
through it all! Thanks for always being by my side 
for all of the fun times! The great memories, always 
believe in yourself! You're gonna make it. I love 
you always! Phillip - Have fun through the rest 
of your high school years. Thanks for all of our 
long talks in your room. I love you forever! P.S. 
(Don't forget Spike!) Rebecca - I love you! Have 
fun in the years to come. Be strong and believe in 
yourself- Eloisa - I love you always! Sergio Perez 
- The great founder of the HOPA! Thanks for some 
of the most important memories that I have. You 
have some very distinct qualities. They will take 
you far. I love you always! "Beaner Posse" forever I 
Drea - you're a real sweet girl. Hopefully by the 
lime you read this we will have become closer 
Take Care and I love Ya!! Friends from Hahn 
Thanks for a lifetime of memories. Hahn German> 
lives forever in our hearts. Kathy McNally - You 
have been the greatest. Thanks for all of your help 
and experience you gave me. When 1 leave I hope 
you can find someone who appreciates you as much 
as 1 do. I wish you and Rick all the happiness in 
ihe world! I love ya! Paulette Baisley - Thanks for 
the friendly smiles and warm caring words. For 
jusi being a "friend". I love ya lots. Mr. Ambrose 
and Mr. Goilis - Thanks for all your help. Mr. 
Maxwell - Thank you for all of your help. It takes 
someone special and who has compassion and 
understanding to keep someone who may not see the 
bright side of things hang on. Thanks for helping 
me hang on!!! Future Goals: To lead a good- 
natured live. To take one day at a time. Be happy 
and live life to the fullest. 

Heather Lenore Poiito 

81A Scotl Circle 

Activities: Cheerleader 1.2; Varsity Softball 1 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad for being the coolest 
parents in the world and for supporting me 
through all of the rough times. For never letting 
me quit. My sister Charlene Poiito for being my 
best friend. We've been through hell but you seem 
to always be by my side. You're my definition of 
a irue friend. My brother Phillip for keeping my 
secrets inside of you and never telling on me 
through the years, you're the best little brother 
anyone could have. My sister Rebecca for being a 
great sister. My whole family for not turning on 
me. for loving me and Eloisa. And to my little 
baby. I love you. All of my friends in Germany for 
helping to make some of the best years in my life. 
Sergio Perez, well we've known each other forever 

11 seems. You're a great guy with a beautiful 
personality. I hope you get what you deserve in life 
which is a hell of a lot. Take care and I love you. 
Remember that Mexicans rule. To friends I may 

make over this year well We will see. PS. 

Phillip Chad Rad Future Goals: To major in 
mental health, get a good job helping people. Get 
married if someone that special comes along. Have 
two more babies, continue loving the baby I have. 
And live an honesi. happy, exciting life. 

Andria R. Pomponi 

12 Overlook Drive 

Activities: Wind Ensemble 1 ,2.3.4; Marching 
Band 1.2.3.4; Band President 3.4; Orchestra 1.2.3.4: 
Chamber Music 3.4; Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3.4; Pit 
Orchestra 1.2.3.4: French Club 1.2.3.4; Math 
League 2.3.4; Yearbook 3, Co-Business Manager 4: 




National Honor Society 3,4: Prom Decorating 3; 
Syms 3.4; New Year's Eve 1 .2.3.4; Polytheism 
1,2,3,4. Thanks To: Mom and Dad - for loving 
me and taking care of me for seventeen years and 
supporting me when I needed it (also, thank you 
for the great hair). Marco - for being a great brother 
and for giving me rides on your motorcycle, when 
am I going to go flying with you? Renata - for being 
the best sister I could ever have, making the bears 
"talk." and for the advice that 1 will never forget. 
Rob - even though 1 complain. I acuially en|ov the 
inquisitions. Jackie - my besl friend, how much 
more time could we spend together?, thank >ou for 
making my life so fun and so hectic at the same time, 
for making a triangle a more perfect square. Walden 
Pond, putting the Stella in Stella and Ogie. our 
hours-long conversations about everything, your 
hyper moods that brought out the same in me. 
getting lost in Lexington together (in the car and 
on foot), and. most especially, for listening to me 
talk even when we were busy and for being a friend 
when I need it most. Tara - who else have I shared 
so many "similar feelings" with about confusing 
guys?, what am I going to do when your gone?, I'll 
be losing a besl friend, thank you for all the time 
that we've spent together, rooming at SYMS. "Sue 
and Gay" Bubbles!!!!, the physics notebook 
thirty pages of our own notes. Walden Pond - 
"There's Thoreau!", your New Years Eve party 
was the greatest - Where will it have been this 
year?, the spot on the grass, so much more that if 
I wrote it all Jackie would kill me! Don't move 
too far away. Jen - thank you for being another besl 
friend (squares are the best shape) - I couldn't have 
had anyone better, for putting up with my frequent 
grammatical errors ("I blew drode my hair"), all 
the time I've spent at your house. "Hunter's 
Blood," for helping me sort through all types of 
problems even though sometimes (often) you 
didn 't agree - Devil's advocate, our resurrected 
notebook - the pink pen that gave you headaches, 
for inventing polytheism, the green Volvo, for not 
getting upset and worrying about me when we hit 
the fire hydrant. Walden Pond - Thoreau's birth- 
day, for always being right, and thank you most 
of all for listening lo all my babbling and mum- 
bling for four \ears. if I forgot something, you can 
be sure that it was only one of my frequent, 
temporary lapses in memory. Dena - although 
we've really only known each other for two years, 
we've become good friends very fast, thank you for 
any intervening you may have done on my behalf 
(he was beyond help), SYMS. looking in the 
mirror, and being someone I will never forget. 
Debbi - I bet that person had no idea what she had 
done when she stole our purses in the sixth grade!. 
Maureen - thank you for always being there to 
listen when I had a problem, and for being at SYMS 
both years. Gretchen - for being my best friend in 
junior high, for being as bossy at band practices as 
I w as. and for always having time to gossip. All 
my junior friends, lunch has been awesome for 
three years. I wish I could be around to see you go 
the rest of high school. Alex - you've made 
marching band great, thanks a lot for putting me 
in the band locker - numerous times, the car washes, 
for fighting with me. and for making me laugh 
when 1 really need il. Mike - you've become one 
of m\ very best friends, it's amazing how much 
things have changed ( for the better ). I'm sorry 
that things went so badly before, but they've 
become truly great since then, thank you for the 
prom - it was great (1 still have the flowers), for 
still being my friend, for the long talks in and 
outside cars, the nickel in my yogurt, the orchestra 
jokes, and making fun of me endlessly in lunch and 
everywhere else. Dave H. • 37 pumpkin muffins, 
those were the best muffins I've ever had, thank 
you for being so infuriating that I had to laugh, for 
the "mommas." "jerrs." for the discussions, for 
being a go betw een when we needed it, and for 
making my life (and orchestra) truly interesting in 
the last three years. Brian F. - our clarinet section 
is awesome, thank you for the photo opportunuties 
in Quebec, repeatedly kicking me on the bus. 
punching me in Wind, for making Mr. Barbas give 
us dirty looks while we were laughing, for our 
occasionally serious discussions, and for under- 
standing me. Gersh - I will always remember you 
with that name, thank you for making the band bus 
rides so memorable (I'm sorry I kicked you in the 
eye!), letting me borrow the band sweater, being 
such a dedicated car washer (you and Chris with the 
money, what is the band coming to?! ). the parties 
at your house - ice. Middle- Aged Man, and for 
making my life as fun as it possibly could be. The 



band - thank you for letting me have so much fun 
for the last four years, keep having the car washes. 
Mr. Barbas - you have taught me a lot. thank you 
lor believing in me. Chris ("Is my hair hot?") and 
Simon (Jen and I will always win at Trivial 
Pursuit) - thank you for the years of fun. for 
growing almost taller than me, I wish I could see 
the two of you go through high school, but I'll 
have ways of finding out what you guys are up to! 
Craig - thank you for making me spend so many 
summer days in the computer room, for making me 
have to do more work than I should've had lo do. 
and for becoming a friend. Brian S. - I'm glad you're 
final 1\ buying one of these!, thank you for being 
another Trekker, for always making me laugh, and 
for being a good friend when I needed one. And 
finally, Chris Rhodes - thank you for the tremen- 
dous inspiration (Buffet Power!. Japan). It's some- 
thing I will never forget. To all my friends, high 
school has been wonderful for me. I hope that we 
all will remember the fun times that we've had 
together and laugh at the memories. Future 
Goals: To keep playing the clarinet for the rest 
of my life, to possibly play in an orchestra of major 
importance, to create the SLP conglomerate; to 
meet at Uno's in nine years with Jackie, Jen. and Tara 
and and see four girls with as many dreams as we 
have now: to live life with as much enjoyment as 
possible and to never lose sight of the importance 
of my friendships. 

Adam Preset 

1 Offuti Road 

Activities: National Honor Society 2.3.4; School 
Newspaper 1.2.3.4. Editor In Chief 2.3.4. Thanks 
To: The friends and teachers who have served to 
inspire my past and future accomplishments. 
Future Goals: To entertain the intelligentsia; to 
be a writer. 

Lester A. Pullen 

2 Reeves Road 

Activities: Most sports except lacrosse, golf, 
ice hockey, field hockey and Croquet: Piano play- 
ing: Having fun. Thanks To: First. I'd like to 
thank my parents for guiding me through the many 
obstacles that arose ihroughoui high school. .Also 
Mark Presti for helping me. the man> times I 
needed it. Katie for being the nicest person I know. 
John H. for making life somewhat interesting. 
Dave F. just because I feel I ought to mention him. 
Dave D. for helping me write my music. Lynna B. 
for putting up with my junk. Vin W. for the many 
rides home from football practice. Darren B. for 
I niroduL I n*: many new phrases into my vocabu- 
Lir\ . Jen W. for being the funniest girl 1 know. 
Barb B. lor helping me on my Adv. Chem. Eric 
Swenson for being a very good friend. Dave 
Wentworih for all the reasons I've listed above 
except for Eric's, Barb's and Vin's. Kelly C. for 
thanking me. Jen P. and Reggie for making my llih 
grade Social Studies class the best. Beth R. for being 
a good friend. Stephanie P. for making me laugh. 
Jason C. Byron Strickland and Susan J. for making 
my 10th and llth grade years so fun. Monica H. 
for not getting upset everytime I peered down at 
her butt. Scott Kleekamp for no real reason. Dan 
H. for all those rides to school at the beginning of 
llth grade. The Old Purity Management: Kaihy 
Girard. Garret M.. etc. ..for making work bearable. 
Nat McAllister for the same reason as I gave for 
Scott K. Kerri McG. for the same reason as I gave 
lor Stephanie P. Chris A. for telling me I'm a good 
man. Pete Ingraham for the same reason I gave for 
Eric Swenson. Lisette A. for the same reason I gave 
for Beth R. Theresa for being so giddy. Miss 
Pelligrini for being so nice to Dave W. and me even 
though we did not deserve her patience. Josh B for 
being fun to party with. Kristin L. for being nice. 
Coach Sabourin for teaching me so much. Future 
Goals: To do something that would make me as 
rich as possible and to make my life as interesting 
as possible. 

Chris Reed 

5 Nellis Terrace 

Activities: Soccer: Swimming; Choirs; Sleep- 
ing; Eating; Working: Latin Club; Drama Club: a 
few plays. Thanks To: My dad for everything, 
and my friends. Future Goals: Gel married, go 
to college, and be the best I can. 

Rafael Rivera Jr. 

272 Great Road 

Thanks To: Dan Hunt. Rob Stanley, Lester 
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Hildrelh. Pal Lewis. Chuck Mace, Randy Messineo. 
Jen Davies. Nicky Lanier. Donna Quinn, Mike 
Dodge. Steve Clark, Mike Boutin. Chief Braga. 
Col. Campbell. Mr. Duggan. Mr. Petrillo, Mr. 
Ambrose. Special thanks to Kim Wendel whom 
1 will never forget and to all those who voted for 
me for Class President. Future (>oal$: To have 
a beautiful wife, a wonderful home, and to have 
lour fantastic kids. 

Elizabeth Ann Rivinius 

14 Curve Street 

Activities: Chcerleading 2,3 Captain 4; Lacrosse 
Manager 2; Spanish Club 1.3; Hall Decorating 
2.3,4; Prom Decorating 3; Yearbook 4. Thanks 
To: Mom and Popsicles for beiiii: there in the good 
limes and putting up with me through the bad ones. 
Gregg for being the best little brother I have. 
Cindy, thanks for hanging out with me freshman 
year, and for always being there for me when I 
needed you. You're unbelievable!! Also, thanks to 
the gang in Florida: Nanny. Granny. Grampy, Aunt 
Shirley. Uncle Roger, Sherri, Scott. Mark, and 
Keith. To Lorraine for giving me a job, and to all 
ot the crew at Alexander's. To all the cheerleaders: 
Steph P.. Jenny, Caro, Jenn, Stephanie A.. Kin. 
Lindsay. Sara. Julie, Jaqui, and Courtney. Also 
thanks to CoCaplain Kelly. Sandy, and April for 
puiimg up with me. Special Thanks To: Myrtle. 
Prunes, and Steph for always making me laugh and 
lor all the times after school. To J., J.J.. Hennifer. 
and Jen for always sticking up for me. Lisil and 
Lisette for always being there for me. Terry and 
Theresa for slaying neutral. And Marcy for having 
the best altitude out of all of us. I don't know what 
I'm going to do without you guys!!! To Reggie and 
Jason; Block that kick!!! To Nikki L. for hanging 
out at the dances with me!! Special Thanks to the 
Perino Family. Finally thanks to the Class of "92 
for some of the best years of my life. Future 
Goals: To graduate from college, get married, and 
finally gel enough money to buy a new car. 

Tracy Romanik 

64 Elm Street 

Thanks To: My mother who wanted me to 
graduate so bad and if it wasn't for her I wouldn't. 
I love you. My boyfriend Jeff-I love so much, 
thanks for showing me what love really is, you're 
the best. Jeff Jeanotte-my neighbor if it wasn't for 
you I'd never even make it on lime. Chuck Mace- 
For being such a good friend all those years. And 
for putting up with all my problems. Jen Davies- 
Thanks for being such a good friend and for 1st 
lunch. Mr. Ambrose-for always taking my side 
of ihe story. 

Michelle Marie Schofield 

26 Maxwell Road 

Activities: Choir 1 .2.3.4; Madrigal 4: Show 
Choir 3,4.: Double Sextette 4; School Musical 
2.3.4: Drama Club 1.2; French Club 1,2.3; SADD 
4; Telemedia 3.4; Hall Decorating 1,2.3.4; T.J. 
Maxx 2.3.4. Thanks To: I'd first like to thank 
my parents because, basically, you made me what 
I am today. Thanks for helping me through eighth 
grade especially. Also, thanks to Sharon. Michael. 
Chris S.. and Kimmy. I'd also like to thank all of 
the friends I've had through high school: Mrs. 
Rainis. Anne - for Bif (R.I.P. ). Iriscuit bits. Ecto 
coolers. Algebra with Gary, Wally. the lonely 
tree (you know the one), and Rap Around, etc.; 
Bethanne - for the "fight," Mike Zwally, Mike 
Baker. John, etc.; Ed; Jen N. (Lupy), Mike M. (GQ 
smooth), and Heather H. - the only seniors in my 
gym class; Brett. Jim. Mike O.. Ian (studman). Dan 
M. (for getting me grounded), Chris (I suppose), 
Christine (for "the tree"), Dave (since seventh 
grade). Jodi, Lisa, Krislen, Lynna, Steph P. (Phys- 
ics lab). Karie M,, and the kids at T.J. Maxx - Mike 
C Nancy, Marcille. Brian O. If I forgot anyone, 
don 't be mad. you 're in my heart. Also, my thanks 
to Wool worth's. Special Thanks To: Who else? 
Scott, of course. I'd like to thank you the most. 
I wouldn't be what I am today without you. 
You're a very special person to me and always will 
be. I love you. Future Goals: Go to a small, 
four year college and maybe go on to study 
Psychology. I definitely want to work with and 
help people in need. I'm not as worried about 
money as I am about happiness. I definitely want 
to get married and have an even number of kids so 
that none of them feel left out. Maybe I'll even 
get married after college. 

Jackie Scott 



251 Old Billerica Road 

Thanks To: My mother. I would never have 
made it w iihout you. 

Nicovanna Birdell Shannon 

33 Em Road 

Activilies: SADD; Flag Squad: Amnesty Inter- 
national: Hall Decorating; Yearbook; Basketball 
Manager; Dance Group; Peer Leadership; Debate 
Team. Thanks To: I give thanks to the number 
one person in my life. God. He has blessed me so 
much through my high school years and life. I 
especially give thanks to my mother, father, my 
big sister and family- You all brought me up to 
be all that I can be. and I appreciate everything. I 
love you. Then, there are my girls! Nana-Kyi. you 
have been the one I come to for help and I love you 
for that. Darlene, you are my dance partner and my 
buddy to hang out with. And Hope, we have been 
through crazy things together (smile) and I love 
buggin' out with you. I love all of you like sisters. 
1 will miss all the people that were in my groups! 
Apurna. Jaqui. Tanya. Angie (my lit sis). Jo, Erica. 
Lori, Nickey. Niki. Reggie, and the Flag Squad. 
Thanks to everyone who has helped me through 
school. And I give a special thanks to the class of 
92. and finally to my little bro, Mark. Love You! 
God bless to anyone I missed. Future Goals: My 
future goal is to be the best black business woman, 
and I hope to have a very comfortable life style. 

Anny Shao 

69 Elm Street 

Thanks To: My Parents and my brother. All 
the teachers. All the friends. Future Goals: I 

want to go to college. 

Jacqueline S. Shwimer 

21 Old Stagecoach Road 

Activities: Choir 1 ; Concert Band I ; Madrigal 
2.3.4: Wind Ensemble 2.3.4; Musical 1.2.3.4: 
Tournament of Plays 1; Student Production 1.3.4; 
National Honor Society (Treasurer) 3.4; Show 
Choir 3,4; Northeastern District 3,4; Student 
Advisory Committee 4: Double Sextette (Co- 
Student Leader) 4; Yearbook Junior Editor 3, 
Editor-in-Chief 4. Thanks To: Everyone who 
did any work on the yearbook this year - I couldn't 
have done it without you. Thanks to Mr. Rinaldi 
for printing all of the pages and for following all 
of my instructions. The administration for all of 
their help and support, as well as their Xerox 
machine. Everyone in Double Sextette for all of 
the gossip sessions. Adam for listening to my 
ranting and raving, for sitting in Ihe dark and for 
noticing my sweaters. George for annoying me 
constantly, for the back rubs, for all the hard 
work, and for always being there to tease me and 
to keep me sane. Craig for all of his work with 
the yearbook (as well as the lack thereof ) and for 
being a really good friend. Gretchen for Middle 
School, the tin foil wars. Uno. gym senior year, and 
all the talks during the musicals. Brian Sparrow 
for his values, his friendship, the three hour phone 
conversations, the beautiful poems, and the seven 
times that I said no. Maureen for being a terrific 
and loyal friend over the years through thick and 
thin and of course, for singing next to me. Debbi 
for putting up with me since we were 10 months 
old. for walking to the bus stop everv morning 
together for I i years, and for driving to school 
every day for the past year. Alex for walking me 
to Wind Ensemble, for lunch, for the volleyball 
games, for his sensitivity and for his willingess to 
be a friend whenever he was needed. Brian F. for 
making me laugh, for never paying me back, for 
teaching me how to play poker, and for '"my name 
is Daha." Dave G. for the band sweater, nice to be 
nice to me, for all the terrible names you called me. 
■grow up. you are so immature, and no it's not that 
time of the month." Dave H. for what the jerrs. 
the mummas. and hello. Coater for being the 
sweet, quiet guy that he is and for standing up to 
Gersh. Chris and Simon for being the cutest 
freshmen to ever exist. Mrs. Rainis. Mr. Huff. Mr. 
Palmer. Mr. Low. Mr. Barbas, and Mrs. Donovan 
for their guidance, their knowledge, and their 
efforts. Tara for always being there to listen to my 
problems, my babbling, sympathizing, and the 
movie dates. Jen C. for all of the advice, the Junior 
Prom, being an awesome Co-Student Leader, con- 
fiding in me. and the waterbed. Dena for all the 
years of Hebrew School and for all the times she 
ranted and raved in my defense. Andria for 
everything - making me drive her everywhere, all 



her problems, listening to my problems, opening 
up. understanding my moods, wearing spandex. 
being herself, and sharing half of my brain. And 
to my family - Mom. Dad. Michelle - thank yon 
for always being there with your support, knowl- 
edge, and love. I can only hope to one day be abk- 
lo repay you. Future Goals: To go to Uno s in 
nine years with Andria. Jen. and Tara and to see four 
girls with as many dreams as we have now. To be 
a tri -founder of the illustrious and wealthy SLP 
Corporation. To gel rid of the smell in my car. Ti^ 
be successful in whatever I choose lo do. And to 
be happy in life - whatever that means. 

Daymion Smith 

3 Harvard Drive 

Activities: Class President 1 ; Vice-president 

3.4: Drama Club 1 .2.3. president 4; Spring Musical 
2.3.4; Spring Play 1.2.3.4; Student Production 
Night 1 .2,3.4; Tournament of Plays 2.3.4; Cross 
Country 1 .2.3. Captain 4; Spring Track 1 .2.3.4: 
Swim Team 1.2; Freshman Basketball I: Hall 
Decorating 1,2.3.4; H.O.B.Y. 2.3.4; Spirit Games 
1 ,2,3; Youth Ministry 3.4; Dirty Underwear Crew 
1,2.3.4; Dan Hunt Fan Club 1.2.3 Vice President 4: 
Jenny Stafford's Homeroom buddy 1.2,3.4; Prom 
Decorating 3; Spanish Club 2.3; S.A.D.D. 2.3,4; 
Yearbook 4: Commentary Announcer for B.H.S 
football games 4. Thanks To: Rob for slaying 
by my side everytime I got sick, hugging that toilet 
at your house. Talent Show was awesome because 
we're not going to take it. Let's not forget Florida 
and all the great times we have had. I'll never 
forget you!! Nat. B.T. rules. Hey! Where are my 
pinokio pants! How's your guy? Peepin' Tom is 
definitely in! GRUNDLE! Thanks to the McAllister 
family for all those times I crashed at your house. 
"Forever Chicken" tasted good! Dan, let's get 
kidnapped again. Dr. Dan give me some medicine. 
Love Boat rules! Thanks for prepping me! No more 
drives back from N.H. early morning. Dave. 
Skiddar pooh pooh from the moo moo collection 
how's my underwear? It came out like a hose. 
Homework Buddy! We must stop social contagion. 
Sweet Lou, thanks for Cape Cod. ..fat chicks rule! 
Steve for all those females you have introduced me 
lo. and for having a cool sister Ann! Scott, thanks 
for nothing, "neighbors" always. When are you 
gonna leave Brook Haven? Let's not forget the 
Cape! Let's go running soon. Ha! Ha! Tim for 
having me in N. Conway and the family for putting 
up with me. Thanks guys for making a Dumb Brit 
happy. Dirty Underwear Crew lives! Let's not 
forget "Secret Admirar." Duran Duran must 

drive oooohhhhhh (S)#*@#*?? Kelly. where 

do I start? First, let's not go to the same college 
or we will kill each other! I'M never forget the 
semi-formals and the proms together. Don't forget 
those days where I am and you're not (vice versa). 
We have been through so much. ..I love you! I hope 
you find the right man! Keri for being the most 
patient understanding person in the world. The 
same unassigned and schedule everyday (uhgggg). 
Lets do Fitchburg again. Thanks for New Hamp- 
shire m many aspects. Keep Paul, he does wonders 
to you- Did anyone tell you that you look good 
pregnant Ha. Ha. And most of all thanks for being 
a great loyal friend! ! McGrath family... thanks! 
Aniko... "Secret Lover." Thanks for those Long. 
Long talks we have had. Don't forget those study 
groups, and the ultimate B.C. tour and all those 
good memories we've had. you Swedish Meatball. 
Steph, at least you know how to pitch a tent. I 
love your sexy legs. Doors rule. Watch out for 
that bird. ..SPLAT! ! Karen for being a sweetheart, 
your kisses on the cheeks make me tingle. Let's 
hope you find a guy you like for more than one 
week. .Anita, my Home-Coming Queen. Thanks for 
being by my side, let's do Greece again. .this time 
on stage. I hope you and John stick together. I 
better thank John or else he will make fun of me 
some more. Zenniee (Jenny), Thanks for the cake 
dish. Homeroom buddies! I still think you're sexy. 
Krista (kritta) for all the Proms/Limos and the 
gatherings at your new furnished house. Zuzka for 
having an incredible sister. Mika. Don't forget 
"who died." Joyce, for the hugs and... 

Bow. .Bow. .Bow.. Bow. .Bowp! Keep on partying! 
Maureen, you golla control your laugh (HE. HA, 
HO. HE. HE @#!*!@#) I really enjoyed our group 
effort at Ihe Proms. Michelle for being my fourth 
grade lover and just for being you. Marcy for being 
that long distant neighbor that I never had. Sorry 
about the crash. Lisette for the Nintendo and 
dressing me up like a women at Y.M. Theresa. I 
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argumenis and the movies. Elina for all those late 
nishis. jumping out of your window, the dinners 
and especially Flower Boy. Ed for being busch and 
for wealing Rob and I out onto the stage for the 
lalent show. Eric for being the coolest (male) 
blond 1 know. Val, thanks for being my first 
airlfriend in High School. Nana Nana Kyi-Chi for 
having a name I could never spell and for the Talent 
Show. Josh K.. where is your car? Barb for the 
ninth grade history report. Josh B. (Jay Buck) for 
ihe great season we had as captains. Barry (coach) 
lor being the best coach I've ever had. ..We must 
watch Talking Heads real soon. Rachelle for being 
punk. ..if thais what you call it. The Lexington 
babes. Kristin. Chrissy. Michelle, Sandra. Kim. 
Martha and the one who always drinks water 
(Kathy) also Paul (but you're not a babe.) Kristin. 
1 can't predict the future but all I know is that 
you're a sweet sincere person who I really enjoy 
being around. Thanks for making my life happy. 
Brian S. for all the plays, commentary and most of 
all your SPECIAL friendship that I admire very 
much. Julie for pushing me to my potential. Jen 
C for being the best all around individual I know. 
The Snow White crew. Maureen D. for all your 
advice and inspiration. You're unique! Jen D. for 
■'New Years," sorry about your wall. Amy, 
where ever you are. ..take care! I gotta thank: 
Cynthia, Ann. Paul (Dirty) & Kale, Shay. David 
#1 Boffa...rm gonna miss ya next year, Jim, Tara 
for typing so fast, Gretchen for the semi formal, 
Dave Tobey (thanks for the milk. .It lasted 
like. ..PUKE!) Jon & Kale Holden for being cool. 
Jackie S. for all the help on yearbook, Jackie Scoii. 
Erin, Misty, Rida, the Drama Club, Mr. Low, my 
advisors (Huff & Palmer). Mr Gollis & Mrs. 
Lohrum, Mr. Maxwell for being a dad in 
school. ..I'll keep in touch. Mrs. Ralston for being 
a sweetheart and the best teacher! The Hansen 
family. ..My fake adopted parents. ..love ya and 
thank you! Uncle Henry, Joanna & Sammy for all 
the good times down at the Cape. Reggie and Jason 
for helping me out on how to play football...! 
have a clue! Peter Meyers, thanks wouldn't be 
enough for what you have done for me. Everybody 
1 met through scouting. Father Picardi for inspiring 
me. Good luck to the Class of 9,1. thanks to all my 
sisters friends for whatever and Sarah for being a 
sweetheart to me. Special Thanks to Mark Callahan 
for being the most influencial person in my life, 
your friendship means more than anything. 11:55, 
I'll never forget. Our friendship will last forever! 
Thanks also to Bill, Mark A and Joe. Jen Hansen 
for being one of my best friends, the memories we 
have had.. I love you & I hope you get the best in 
life! Last but not least, my family. ..Mum. I love 
you and I want to thank you personally for 
everything you have done for me, especially for 
believing in me. Dad, It is hard to believe how close 
we have become. Thanks for inspiring me all 
through my life. Thanks for being the best Dad 
anybody could ask for. I love you both very much. 
Jessamyn for being the best sister. I wouldn't have 
made it if I didn't have you around, even though I'm 
annoying...! still love you. Richard for being a 
brother I can look up to and Jay, I wish you luck 
wherever you may be & anybody I have forgotten. 
Without you people, my life would not be 
complete. Future Goals: To make a shorter 
"Thanks To." To see Nat get his drivers licence. 
10 see Dan become manager of Purity, to go to Paul 
and Keri's wedding, to fly to France with Steph to 
see Jim Morrisons grave, to see Dave be on time at 
his wedding (marry Karen, you both will be late 
.~.o It would work out.) To see Rob get out of 
Bedford, to see my friends happy, especially Mark, 
go to college become a famous actor and live 
happily with my wife. I want to work for Peace 
and keep in touch with anybody who touched my 
life in anyway! 

Mark Smith 

41 Offutt Road 

.Activities: Soccer I: Basketball 1: Pep Club 2; 
CIA 2: SADD 2,3. Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Julie, 
all my friends and anyone else who I may have 
forgotten. Future Goals: College - University 
of West Florida or University of Massachusetts. 
Major in Business administration. 

Brian Sparrow 

88 Fletcher Road 

Activities: Telemedia 2.3.4; Football I: Golf 3; 
Musical 3.4; Tournament of Plays 3,4; Award for 
Best Newcomer 3; Award for Best Actor 4; Drama 




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Club Vice-President 4; Don't Touch I hal Dial 4. 
Madrigal 4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Student Production 
Night 3,4; Spring Play 3.4; BHS Football Sports 
Announcer 4; Show Choir 4; Madrigal Dinner 
writer 4. Thanks To: First and foremost. Mr. 
Maxwell for turning my life around and making 
much of what I am today make sense (by the wa\. 
when are we going to finish By The Waters ol 
Babylon?) and my mother, in whom I am well 
pleased. To Dave T,, for being the best friend I 
needed during Middle School and for showing me 
that jokes don't have to be funny to be funny (Q: 
Why did the monkey fall out of the tree'? A; It 
was dead!). To Daymion, for showing me that kind, 
compassionate, friendly people haven't vanished 
from the face of the earth yet. Thanks for being 
there for me. To Jen for being the listener to the 
listener. You are a true friend: I don't know what 
I'd do without you. To Matt K. for being one of 
the few people on earth that have some of my 
common interests; I've enjoyed every minute of it 
(Hey Knelly. Poop You!). To Andria, for showing 
me a different, wonderful way of looking at the 
Universe. It's been a fantastic ride and I couldn't 
and wouldn't have taken it without you. To Jacqui. 
for showing me that life can be wonderous and 
tortuous at the same time. Thank you for your 
poetic inspiration. To Tara, for showing me thai 
people don't have to speak to say something; 
you're an amazing person and I am honored to have 
known you. To Zuzka and Steph K. for showing 
me that inhibitions are for sissies. To Tricia. Erin. 
Jacqui. .Andria, Rachel, Steph ?,, Jen and Karen, for 
with >our beauty, your sense of humor, your 
personalit). and vour attitude inspired me to write 
about it. Thanks to all of you. To Marcy for being 
the greatest partner in crime anyone could ever 
wish for and for making me laugh when I needed 
to and even when I wasn't supposed to! (Hey 
Marcy: Gonk!). To Andy, for just being himself. 
To John W.. for showing me that I wasn't the only 
one who saw things in such a way: I deeply regret 
not getting to know you sooner. To Pete, for 
showing me that you have a responsibility to 
yourself to do what makes you happy, not anyone 
else. You have been a great friend. To Eric, an 
apology for everything any of us has ever done to 
you. You have a big heart, my friend, and you 
deserve the best. To Dave W., for opening a whole 
other world to me and for being the individual he 
is. To Dave F.. for livening up my life, for bringing 
his brand of humor to everything he's involved in 
(making bats out of toast for hallow een? Great 
Idea!). To Drohan for playing the fool (at least I 
hope he's just playing!) for everyone's enjoyment. 
Thanks a lot for everything we've been involved 
in. And a very, very special thanks to Margaret 
for being the most special person I have ever met. 
1 miss you and I'll never forget you. Thanks to 
Tutankhaman, Gengis Khan, Claudius I, Julius 
Caesar, Captain Kangaroo, Mr. Rutnik, Ramses II. 
The Pope. Mrs. Hoyt, Gerald Ford, Raistlin 
Majere, Henry II, Jean-Luc Picard, Mother Teresa, 
Grover, Mr. Hammond. All 12 apostles (except 
Matthew), Charlie Chaplin, Lt. Worf. The In- 
credible Hulk. John H.. Judas Priest, Vin W.. 
Siggy Freud, Wiggly Ihe Worm, Josh K., William 
Henry Harrison. Bhudda, Fred Leiberwitz, Arthur 
Fiedler. Abe Frohman. Gampy. Darth Vader. Mr. 
Sinister. Mr. Green Jeans, Mrs. McConnell, Buck 
Rogers, Zorro, Henry VIII, Dave D., Mothra. Ben 
& Jerry, The Lone Ranger, Julia Child, a really big 
guppie named Mike, and finally thanks to all of the 
people I was stupid enough to forget (like Gretchen, 
Jodi, Lisa, Betsy, Josh B., etc. I in this long and 
really strange list! Future Goals: To go to the 
college of my choice, graduate, become a psychia- 
trist and open my own practice, to get married and 
have two children (preferably twins), to make 
enough money so that I can do the things I really 
want to do like buy an Edsel, to spend a year in 
Sweden, to go to England often, to see the pyramids 
of Egypt, to go and see all there is to see in Japan, 
to streak through the Vatican, to do the Lambada 
on the surface of the Moon, to become a published 
writer, to become a U.S. Senator so that I can start 
a bill outlawing frozen yogurt in the continental 
United States, to go to Alaska for awhile, to go and 
visit my friends as often as possible wherever they 
may be living, to live to a ripe old age, to retire in 
my mid-fifties and then buy a bar or a mobile home 
or something goofy like that, to attend my high 
school reunion, to lake care of my mother, and to 
always be happy in everything I do. 

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ZZ Milchel Grant Wa> 
Activities: Cheerleading 3.4; Gymnastics I; 

Prom Decorating 3.4; Hall Decorating 1 .2.3,4; 
French Club 1,2; SADD 3,4; Yearbook 4; N.H.S 
3.4; WSSH Listening 3.4. Thanks To: The Senior 
Squids/Junior Fish for being ihc best friends 
anybody could ever ask for. To Joyce for being my 
seclusive Best Friend. Thanks for putting the fan 
on my face. Buns are fun on Monday and so are pink 
and red. Don't be surprised if you wake up with 
no lubes' 1 love you Joycie! To Zus for being my 
love CJueLM WSSH 99.5 with Mo's and BiTs out 
\our window. Care to fly to Belgium with me? 
To Michelle for our missions and the best Tuesday 
afternoon of my whole life. Kelly for being my 
queerleading buddy and our missions under Moe's 
dinning room table. Keri for clam chowder and 
being co captains with me. Also for sharing your 
basement. Moe for our meaningful talks on the 
way home after one last trip through McDonalds 
and for sharing the same taste in men as me. Aniko 
tor believing she has done nothing wrong. The 
Green Room was the best. "Go ahead, kill my 
baby!" Krilta for "The Girls." I Know you're 
there. I can hear you breathing! Steph for being a 
Tent Queen and letting me flick into your mouth. 
K.C Love for being Ursula Seductress and loving 
LuLu Luminescence. Anita (Pita Pie) for being the 
Marshall's parking lot Goddess. K4J2A2M2S2-I 
love you guys! To Marcy ( Monique) Pour etre ma 
petite oeuf. Ou est nos mecs chouettes? Pluie! Ne 
regarde pas! We still have to invent something that 
goes from red to yellow to blue and back to red. 
BaNazs! For the guys for teaching me how to 
party. Dan for being one sexy Doctor and the Jr. 
Prom. Dave for our one half hour date. Daymion for 
being my little pigeon and letting me be your little 
cheerleader, Lou for all the rides to school. Nat for 
your little book "Why do we yawn?," Ed for 
straight Bush, and Eric. Rob, and Tim - you guys 
are the best! To Dave T. for the dirty jokes and 
chocolate chip cookies during English class. To 
Aloise for being a French flirt. To the 1991-92 
cheerleaders-Jenn and Caro for Cheesy Tuna Box 
Lunch. Kell\. Beth, Prunes, Steph A. (Love the 
shooting stars!). Sara. Julie. Jaqui. Jessica and 
Courtney. To Jenn for being Wilma-Jean and Triple 
J my junior year. To Wendy C. for half hour phone 
trades. To Josh C Dave L., Dave B.. Kristen, 
Rachel. Michelle. Terri. and the rest of Ihe cool 
juniors. Thanks to Jeff for letting me win at 
pididdle. having a talkative tummy, taking deep 
breaths, knowing my football team is better than 
yours and all the great times. To my Virginian 
friends for an awesome freshman year and for 
keeping in touch. To my family for supporting me 
and putting up with me. I love you all! Future 
Goals: To go back South, go to college, marry a 
Washington Redskin. and watch the shooting 
stars. To always stay close to the Senior Squids and 
not let Joyce get her own way. 

Rob Stanley 

62 Harlwell Road 

Activities: JV Basketball 1.2: JV Baseball 2; JV 
Soccer 1; V Hall Watch 1.2.3.4: V Chess Club 
1.2,3.4; V Math Club 1.2,3.4; V Dan Hunt Fan 
Club Treasurer 1.2.3.4,; V Dirty Under Wear Crew 
1.2.3.4; V Funneling Club Forever; V BFI want to 
be Club 1.2.3.4; V ^Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4; V Hall 
Destroying Club 1 ,2.3.4; V Dave Clements Argu- 
ment Club 1 .2,3.4; V Student Consindering Club 
1.2,3.4; Thanks To: Daymion for all the late 
nights we have had and for your house to crash at. 
You are the best friend anyone could have. Jingley 
hairs are everywhere even in an unopened package. 
Your parents are the best, and Jess (sister) you are 
the most annoying person I know, but you are also 
a fun person to talk to and be with. Florida was 
the best and you were pretty shy when it came to 
talk to any girls. Walk for hunger was alot of fun. 
Don't change at all. Dave for being too much like 
me. and for having the smallest window to sneak 
into. You are crazy and I like it. We have had alot 
of memories partying, and in Florida. And by the 
way IT S ABOUT TIME YOU BLOW UP THAT 
CAR OF YOURS. Nat for all the limes we have 
had late nights in your house and for your clean 
kitchen floor. The forever chicken will probably 
live longer than me. B.T. Dan for being the D.R 
and for all the times we've wanted to leave thai 
big brick building. And for the back seat of your 
car that night. Lou for having the fastest car in 
Bedford, and for always wanting to go strong. Ed 
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earth. Erie tor talking about other peoples PIPTS. 
and for your dad for being so nice to me by giving 
me his white corvette. Future Goals: To go to 
college but if I do not then Ml go to BFI. To become 
just like Dave. 

Eric Swenson 

7 Henridge Drive 

Activities: Football 4; Latin Club 1,2.4; Drama 
Club 4: SADD 4: Basketball 1: Swimming 4; 
Student training 2.3.4; Musical Crew 3,4; Student 
Production Night 3.4; Tournment of plays crew 3: 
Hall Decoration 1 .2.3,4; Yearbook 4. Thanks 
To: First of all my family; Dave W. for making 
me laugh over his poems (Vanilla Ice); Dave Flores 
for being such a great friend (Chow Box); John 
Holden ("Oh Dear!") ("Time to get ill"); Vin 
Welch for being the BEST (I love the rain); Frank 
Welch ("What would you say if I used the power 
of the Farte?) (A:"Don'l"); Chris Alessi 

("Machkina!"); Lester Pullen ("sweet") how's 
your head! Dave Todey for the kudos ("nice shoes 
- Waliex"); Scott Kleecamp for being down O.P P 
("Follow up with a Carrot"); Barb Brennan lor 
being such a great girl friend; Jen Wmiiii^ld 
("English Please"); Kim Sands ("Je Taime" » and 
the animal noises; Lynna Blasioli ("that's not 

funny" "that's funny"); Pete Ingraham ("I'm 

not P. whipped!") and for being so cool: Josh 
Keroes for being so screwed up. I love it! Jen Carson 
for being so sweet; Jody Cohen for standing proud 
(George ?); Katie Hotden ("OH Dear") for lent: 
Brian Sparrow ( Just "B" cause its a way of life) 
("I shall call thee Rooberl") ("Richard wiggle"); 
Charlie Bowen for being a regulator; Kristen 
Larson ("Sorry") You're too nice; Matt Knell 
("Oleknelly/Eugene"); Darren Feldmen (The 

whole Enchaladd. Chimochanga....); Dave DeSantis 
for such good stories; Lisette Alba for being so nice, 
great, and having elboate; Caillin Hurly for 
everything; Theresa Concannon ("Mother. 

Father the whole damn Family "); Monica 

Hunsader ("1-800-you wanna pool ?!") (still want 
a B.R.); Trisia McGovern (all night Tetris); Pat 
Lewis ("Hey. Mr. Crouton"); Stephanie Can 

("Stero") and Youth Ministry Crew, Indjoe 
("Ninja Turtle"); Josh Buckly for being a regu- 
lator ("Mr. Long"); Steve Craig ("Gag"); Rachel 
Pappas (we're cerified); Mrs. Alcarhagerty for 
inspiration and Mr. Pilla ("long winded you are"): 
Father Picardi for Y.M.; My dog Cintmen - ("you 
smell"); Scott Byam (W.W.F.) (swimming); 

Pete Ansorg (Robocop); and Darren Belliveau 
("what up there. ..ya big dummy ") ("Many 
Lou"). Future Goals: First I would have liked 
to graduate from a college of my choice. Travel 
during the college summers and build and design a 
boat, join the navy for a certain amount of lime 
Build and design boats for a living. Get married, 
produce. Spend fourth of July on Boston Harbor 
with my High School friends. sail to other 
Countries and Islands on my vacations to rest and 
listen to music. Spend my Christmas with friends 
and family. Never grow old - die before I grow 
old . 

Paul Swietek 

67A Scott Circle 

Activities: ROTC 1,2.3.4. Thanks To: 1 
would like to thank my parents for everything 
they have done for me over my lifetime. I would 
like to mention the folio wing people who I've had 
to honor of knowing over the last four years: 
George Clayton, Christopher Hirsch, Chris Reed, 
and Brian Grof. 1 would also like to thank my 
grandparents, sister, and all my relatives for being 
such a wonderful family. Future Goals: I plan 
to become a Terminal Radar Approach Controller 
at a major U.S. Airport, get my PhD in telecom- 
munications or become a municipal court judge. 

David Tobey 

32 Hayden Lane 

Activities: Athletic Trainer 1; Rifle Team 1: 
Soccer 2,4; Tennis 2.3.4; Lead in Tournament of 
Plays and Student Production Night 3; NHS Presi ■ 
dent 4; Stage Manager 3.4; Hall Decorating 3.4. I 
Hal! Decorating 2,3,4; Math and Science 
Teams. ..NOT!; Larry Ullmann Fan Club 3: BHS 
Funnel Team 3. Tri Captain 4. Thanks To: Mom 
and Dad for producing me and everything else. 
Adam for beating me senseless as a kid. Mara for 
listening to me when I wasn't joking around. Brian 
for laughing with/at me for years. Karen for 
making level 5's bearable and even kind of fun. Jon 
tor the Bedford Grand Prix. Buck and Chuck for 




BHS Funnel Team memories/nonmcmories. Chuck 
tor sharing in the affliction of senioritis. Every- 
body else for laughing at my jokes. Future 
(Voals: Graduate from College while earning a 
living as a Stand-up comic/beach volleyball player. 
To become an advertising executive at a prestigious 
.igency. Earn more money than any other level 5'er, 
marry rich, build an enormous house on a lake in 
ihe woods, and have 2 kids. Retire relatively young 
.ind spend the rest of my years doing whatever the 
hell 1 want which may include: Traveling the 
w orld. opening a sky-diving school. Bungee jump- 
ing from the top of the Empire State Building, 
giving the President a w edgie. and becoming a Fly- 
giri on "In Living Color". 

Aniko van der Lee 

4 Elmbrook Circle 

Vctivities: Softball 1.2,3.4; Swimming I; Hall 
[decorating 2.3.4; Prom decorating 3; Yearbook 4: 
Powder Puff 4. Thanks To: Thanks to Joyce for 
being my "best bud" (May 6 and our rap) and 
always being there to walk and talk. Thanks to 
Kelly for never wanting to go home before her 
curfew with me and always listening- Thanks to 
Krista (Kritia) for always walking the dogs and 
being emotionally messed up as me. Thanks to 
Jenny for calling a million limes a day and for being 
my favorite German Foreign exchange student. To 
all of you. "THE GIRLS" were the balls (2 o'clock 
breakout and "I know you're there. I can hear you 
breathing") Thanks to Keri for all those late night 
excursions and N.H "Look I'm a white person". 
Thanks to Karen for those plaid pajamas ("cuz it's 
so hot in the hot tub"). Thanks to Steph. the 
ultimate hippee (lentwoman) for always daring to 
be different (August 1 990. talk about coincidence, 
huhl. Thanks to Maureen for always listening and 
understanding, we're so much alike it's scary. 
Thanks to Zuzka for all the gory details and singing 
to me. Anita (for being my Ta-Ani) and Michelle 
(sure, we went to the library a ton) for being my 
Spanish buddy. Thanks to all the Junior Fish/ 
Senior Squids, you're the best friends I could ask 
tor and I'll never forget the good times. I also want 
to thank the guys: Daymion for being my "secret 
lover" and gym buddy for four years. Dan( "the 
doctor" for wearing obsession and high tops) Nat 
(Summer of 1990) and Scott (St razz- Noodle) the 
"Dirty Under ware Gang" rulz. Thanks to Rob 
(Squiggy). Dave, Lou. Timmy. Steve (for being my 
art buddy), Ed (Bush), Reggie and Jason. Also 
thanks to Marcy, Lisette. Theresa, Steph (Prune- 
Dog). Jen P., Beth, Katie. Jen W.. Lynna and 
Kristen. Thanks to all the Junior Guys and Gals, 
especially Terri. Kristen, Rachel, Michelle, Dave 
H.. Dave L., Dave V. (for not minding my bab- 
bling). Matt K., John M., Geoff, Josh, Colin, and 

fodd (my Physics partner); (you guys are the 
halls). Also thanks to Mike(Dmo). Tom and Dave 
(Schetto). I'm really glad I got to know you guys 
belter and I miss you. Special thanks to Bryan for 
being a terrific friend. You've taught me a lot and 
y ou 've always been there for me. and I thank you 
for that. I hope that we always slay close. Extra 
special thanks to my family for being loving and 
supportive and always a little weird. I love you. 
Finally I want to thank anyone I may have have 
forgotten to mention who made my high school 
years so special. I love you all!!! Future Goals: 
To go to college, travel throughout the world and 
to dine in all the fine restaurants throughout my 
travels. Then when I am ready, to marry the man 
of my dreams, settle down and raise a family . 
Finally, to always be healthy and happy and to 
never lose touch with my friends and family. 

Zuzka J. Volicer 

1 1 Beverly Road 

Activities: JV Field Hockey 1.2. Varsity Field 
Hockey 3. Captain 4; Softball 1.2. Varsity 3; Hall 
Decorating 1.2.3.4; WSSH Listening 3.4; Powder 
Puff 3.4; Yearbook 4; Prom Decorating 3. Thanks 
To: The Senior Squids (Junior Fishes) for the good 
limes, the laughs, and dinners at the Great Wall. 
K-Love for running to my house at 4 A.M.. Lolita, 
.ind never being awake in the middle of the night. 
Jenny, Love Queen, for sharing Love, late night 
talks at my window, cold air after minigolf. and 
for both basements. Keri. Rubber Queen, How 's 
the Carol Burnett Show ? Neil is the greatest. Will 
you marr> Paul it I marry Mike? Steph for I am 
the Bounty of Stop-n-Shop. doing the one thing 1 
haven't done, and "Not tonight Daddy!" Bolt! Piia 
for having an ugly dog. all those sleepovers when 
wc were little, .'.nd for beine Goon 's chick forever. 



Moe tor being loud and obnoxious with me. Wn 
one for the Gipper. 1 wonder where your ki: 
would look good? Michelle, there were too man 
Mikes at the prom. Rm. rm. rm. rm. Put it n 
Aniko for late nighis during the summer, grec: 
room parties, and for being corny. Joyce. U. Ma^ 
roll down the window ! Do you want more detaih 
Kelly for "I don't like that" and for having smjl 
earrings. Krista for letting me drive you around i 
the car of death. Marcy, you are here. Is your Mo; 
back from China? Lisette and Jen for butter an 
plans to kill the fat one. Anne for long talks ar 
Pizza Hut. Snarf! Teri. Kristen. and Michelle f( 
the long Lynn trip. Sleph P. for coming up to L 
Mass with me. Jen C. for making fun of our friend 
Theresa for wearing jeans with a zipper on ih 
back. Rachel, Becca. Gretchen. Sarah S.. Lauren S 
and Jen P. Reggie and Jason for all the talks abou 
our most interesting topic. How does it feel 
Michael Hanson for being my buddy. Nat. for Skip 
and Sue in sixth grade. Lov and Dan for always 
being ready for a party. Ed for being grossed out 
at lunch and for having a great dog. Aloise for 
talking to me in French and for being a crazy man- 
Rob S. for all Ihe parlies at your house. Daymion. 
my son, for being so cheerful. Dave T. for all the 
jokes and pick-up lines. Dave C. for the stuffed 
bunny you gave me in first grade. Steve. Tim C, 
Eric, Teri C, Palli and Wayne. The Davidson's 
crew (Dave have you seen our friend lalel> ? ). the 
field hockey team, and the Blasis for being so nice 
Mom and Dad for supporting me and putting up 
with me. Mika for being really funny most of Ihe 
time, have a holly jolly Christmas. Nadya for 
being so good at keeping secrets. And most of all 
thanks to Mickey for being my boyfriend and my 
best friend. I hope the good times last forever. 1 
love you. Future Goals: To marry my Italian 
and be happy and smile and laugh forever. Oh yeah, 
and to own a Karmann-Ghia. 

Chris Wallin 

15 Offutt Road 

Activities: Detention. Thanks To: Alanna 
you've made me the happiest person in the world. 
I know we'll be together forever. I plan on making 
you the happiest lady forever. I love you Alanna 
and don't ever forget that. Mom and Dad I know 
1 ha\en't been the best son in the world to you but 
1 hope all that will be left behind and the future 
will be better. Thanks for putting up with me. 
I know 1 don't say it enough so I'm saying it now 
' Thank you and I love you both. " Jolena my sister 
I enjoyed our long talks together I hope there will 
be more. You're a great sister. Thanx for taking 
me in when times were rough. Thanx Po! James, 
I know we haven't been the best of brothers but 
times will change. Stay cool. The Krow Inc. You 
guys are the best. Mike M. although your brother 
is my best friend you will always be the little bro 
I never had. Keri M, another bro stay cool man. 
John O. we met in the beginning of this year. I knew 
at the beginning you were trouble. You're a crazy 
guy. Thanx for all the fun times. You're truly my 
partner in crime. To the rest of my friends, you 
won't be forgotten. Future Goals: My future 
goals are to be in the United States Air Force as a 
cop. I plan on making it a career for life. I also plan 
to marry the only girl I've loved. Maybe kids. 
Until then have fun seniors of '92. May your 
dreams all come true. 

Patricia Weinfurt 

5 Lynnfield Street 

Activities: Marching Band 1.2; Flag Squad 3,4; 
Musicals 1,2.3,4; Drama Club. 3.4; Spanish Club 
2; Softball 3: Choir 1.2,3.4: ROTC 4; SADD 2,3: 
Prom Decorating 3. Thanks To: My Mom and 
Dad (thanks for putting up with me). Joan, my 
wonderful sister, my two brothers. Dave and Jeff. 
Katharine (what would I do without you and 
remember Purity at midnight). Sage (the hike 
through Burlington and watching Tom Cruise's 
movies). Tern (what should I say except thanks 
for the wonderful times on Base). Patricia (thanks 
for sharing the same name). Jim (Boston was fun 
and having me be the first girl you met in Bedford). 
Brian (the prom was fun). Lisette (thanks for 
helping me down the mountain). Jen W. (Blue 
Stars), Zuzka (Mike M. is mine), Jodi. Lisa, and 
Theresa (you made flag squad fun). Renee (no more 
English classes together). Thanks also to Chris R.. 
Ben. Angela. Stephen. Chris C, Allison, Rachael. 
Mrs. GuUage. Jen C, Tara. Kristen. Mr. Barbas. 
Uli. Jen N., Ivan, Chris W.. and to anyone else 1 
foreot. Sorry. Future Goals: To go to college. 




niarr\ ihc o[ m\ dreams, and li\e happils ever 

alter. 

Francis Joseph Welch 

d Cedar Ridge Terrace 

Activities: Freshman Football I: Soccer 2.3.4; 
S'.v imming 1 ,2,3.4; Tennis 1.2; Lacrosse 3; Spanish 
Club 1.2J.4: Latin Club I. Thanks To: Mom. 
Dad. and family. Charles C. Bo wen. Darren 
Feldmano. Alessi. Buck. Barry O'Byam. Tobey 
(Hunter). DeSaniis (Joe), Wentworth. Hosmer 
(John). 2 Dork Posse. Pele Ansorge. Hursh. 
Campoli. Eric Swenson (the Swedish Meatball) 
and all friends. Future Goals: To go to college; 
u hen 1 get out I hope to be very successful, and be 
involved w/ilh the world of sports. 

David Wentworth 

270 Concord Road 

Activities: Basketball I . JV 2.3. Varsity 4; 
\ arsity Track 3. Captain 4. Thanks To: Mrs. 
Donovan for instituting that new policy which 
kept everyone from swearing in school. Mrs. 
Pelligrini for getting down with me. Mr. Judge for 
wanting to be like his brother in law, Mr. Powers 
for failing me in English IIL Chuck Kleekamp for 
everything. Now for everyone else: Scott Kieecamp. 
Chris Alessi. Barb Brennan. Jen Wingfield. Reggie 
Kenon, Jason Chisholm. Jared Carlson. Cameron 
Demby. Vin Welch. Matt Knell, Dave Tobey, 
Dave Flores. Jon Holden. Eric Swenson. Charlie 
Bowen. Josh Buckley. Aloise Ibouanga. Injo. 
Amrith. Katie Holden, Dave Desantis. Peter 
Inaraham. Brian Sparrow . Lester Pullen. Lynna 
Blasioli, Mr. Daugherty. Mr. Obrien. Mr. Gollis. 
my whole beautiful, loving family. Anyone I 
forgot I'm sorry. Remember I love everyone in my 
own special way. Future Goals: To make love 
with everyone 1 thanked. 

Stacey Whiteaker 

1 Neillian Way 

Thanks To: There are so many poeple who have 
shared a part of my life, and you know who you 
are. so if I forget to mention any of you. please 
forgive me and remember that you will always be 
in my memories. First. I must thank Lauren 
Travers. you are the best friend anyone could ever 
wish for and I am lucky to have you. and Margie, 
thank you for taking care of me and looking out for 
me, you're a great mum. and the rest of the Travers 
family for letting me be a part of your family. 
Thanks to all of my Aunts and Uncles who have 
stood by me and helped me through my problems. 
To Andy Hall, you're the best, don't ever change 
on me. To all my friends from Woburn, Billerica. 
Tewksbury, Wilmington. and Lowell - don't 
forget all the partying days. Everyone from 
Burlington - Joe Daniels, you'll always mean so 
much; Nanci Steadman. for standing by me through 
everything; Todd Murphy, for just being you; Jen 
Zink. for listening to me. keep writing!; Dave 
Brady, for being way out of control; Peter 
Fitzpatrick. for being my brother and looking out 
for me: Rob Campbell (soup), you've been such a 
good friend: Bryan Lynch, for always driving me 
to see Joe. and everything else; and Mrs. Daniels, 
for listening to me. and helping me out with my 
life, thanks for all your support. Thanks To: Rob 
Casey. C. Nelson. J. Evans. S. Jewer. S. Carroll. 
SMILEY. B. Gaeffey. H. Christianson, J. Trunfio, 
K. Daniels, S. Pesin. C. Fucar. J. Lane. M. Defilipio. 
S. Nystrom. B. MacLellan. R. Randazzo. K. and C. 
Snelson, N. Lanier. B. McQuilken. James. J. 
Nickerson. J. Davies, T. Romanik. J. Jeanolle. D. 
Clements. D. Hunt, N. McAllister. T. Lee. C. 
Coviello. L. Martelli. C. Whiting. J. Capone. 
Debbie and J. Busnach. T. Depietro, Jackie Scott, F. 
Booth. T. Davis. K. McCant. K. Mac Arthur. T. 
Dinitto. M. Rezendez. L. and J. Piatrantoni. and 
C.B. Chris Spicer-Dudemaster. you will be back, 
big plan! Amy Duggan for being there for me - 
always! To Eric and Chuck for everything, 
especially woodshop! You guys mean a lot to me. 
keep in touch! Lindsay Kohout for being a bigtime 
noosense - always remember your last night here 
with me and Tracy. Laconia Biker weekend "9 1 
with Steve. Kelly, and Jen (Bill and Rene). Par- 
tying up in New Hampshire. All the times in Zayre 
parking lot - Lowell. Burlington Dunkin Donuts, 
Burlington Mall. Billerica Mall. Wilmington 
Plaza + Rocco's. Washington D.C. with Hope. 
Christine. Heather and Jen in Spirit, (the flooded 
bathroom). Harley Dude from Hell - Steve and 
Darren. Partying at the Res.. Night before 
Burlington Graduation - Dave vs. Morgan. Fitzy. 



Suup and everyone else. Days ol ManncI sluns ai)d 
Work boots with Brandi. New Year's Eve. Amy's 
House. Trips to Shawsheen Tech (hitchhiking on 
a bus) Lisa. Lindsay. Charlene and Tracy, Heidi and 
Joyce for all my childhood memories, and to Leigh 
for being such a beautiful person. And all the other 
memories we share. Thanks to my favorite 
serviceman. Bob Bergman, who has been so good to 
me. I miss you very much and when you come home, 
you can hold the gum. And lo anyone else I forgot, 
you're with me. Special thanks to my sister. 
Kerrie. thank you for being there for me. even 
though we may fight, you have always been there, 
and I may say things to hurt you. but I don't mean 
them, although I'll never admit it to your face. 1 
know things with you will work out. and I will 
stand by you no matter what happens. And Chilly 
(Stephanie) my favorite baby girl. You are one of 
the highlights of my life. I love you very much 
And lo my brother Johnny, who has totall> 
brought new meaning to my life. I am so glad you 
are a part of my life. And to Craig, I am glad you 
have become a part of my life, not only are you like 
a brother but you're also a friend. To my mother, 
who has put up with me. for what must seem like 
forever. You are the strongest person I know, and 
a very good mother, even though I'm always 
telling you that you're not. Thanks for standing 
by me and taking the lime to listen, I love you very 
much. And lo Dad, you have taught me so much. 
You have really influenced my life and way of 
thinking. I know that you will always be there 
for me. and help me when I'm right and wrong. I 
love you very much. To Nola. I miss you ver> 
much, but I am thankful that I have the memories 
of the years you were a part of my life. You were 
a mother to me and I thank you. The memories of 
you will forever remain with me. To Melissa. 1 
love and miss you very much, and it is important 
for you to know that. I will always be here for 
you. Take care of youself. And to Mike, my love 
for you grows stronger every day. I hope things 
between us work out, and never change. Thanks 
for being there for me. and just holding me when 
I needed to be held. I love y ou very much. 

Jennifer Wingfield 

93 Pine Hill Road 

.Activities: Spring track 1 .2.3,4; Sw imming 4. 
Spanish Club 1.2.3, President 4; A.F.S. 4; French 
Club 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Dole club 
vice-president 3.4; Concert band 1.2.3.4; SADD 
(leader) 4. Thanks To: Thanks to my mom, dad. 
and Melissa for putting up with me. Thanks to ail 
my friends - you guys are great. (No. Lester. I'm 
not being sarcastic). A special thanks to Barb for 
being such a good friend - Dole! Gee. Barb!! To Katie 
for female-bonding and orange ball, to Lynna for 
telling me what is funny and hearing me whine, to 
Lisette for being such a good friend and keeping me 
company on the way to school (good thing 1 
brought the gun!). Theresa (asereht) (Rio and Jem 
forever) for giving good advice and for being fiest\ . 
lo Eric for being my pet peave (just kidding! ) and 
making me an awesome keychain. lo Jon for 
wearing speed stick and all the hats I bought for 
him, to Lester for letting me drive home withoui 
putting up too much of a fight and for beini: 
'"sweet", to Pele for giving me TONS of rides home 
and putting up with me at that first dance, to David 
(W) for making me laugh, keeping me sane, and 
letting me borrow the OFF! bug. to Dave (F) for 
cutting his blue hair, to Vin for speaking Spanish 
and being calm, to Josh for liking the Beatles, lo 
Dave ( T) for never letting me forget my accident 
in nursery school, lo Josh for pulling up with us 
all night at his house and for being different and to 
anyone else I may have missed. Thanks to the stud\ 
groups; Humanities. Advanced Chem. Physics, and 
Calculus. Thanks to Monica - a fellow slapho. 
Tricia, Rachel and Jose for making my junior year 
great. Thanks to all you guys for everything 
Spinnaker's, the Jr. Prom, Ipswich, Fourth Cliff, 
and the whole rest of the year. Also thanks to 
Amy, my special lamb. Jodi. Sage (Susana). Beth. 
Lisa (are you going to the Tournament of Plays?) 
(Whoooe!). Thanks to Mrs. Swenson for the 
sleepovers. Mrs. Wentworth for the showers. 
Mrs. Brennan for the funny comments. Mrs. Alba 
for all the help in Spanish and the arroz con polio, 
and to Frank for giving me a lot of time off when 
I needed it. Thanks to the Davidson's crew, the 
All-you-can-eat Pizza crew on Tuesday nights, and 
to everyone who made spring track great. Future 
Goals: To be happy in whatever I end up doing, 
to not lose track of my friends, and to live happil\ 




Ivan A. Wood 

21 Wilson Road 

Activities: Hockey 1.2,3. capt. 4; Lacrosse 3; 
CREW 2,3.4; Tennis 1.2; Physics 3: French Club 
1 .2,3,4; Ultimate frisbee 3.4. Thanks To: Adrian 
my "big" sister, dad. mom. Eileen for showing me 
which is a foot and which is a shoe. Kristen (the 
doo), George (ski your brains out), Cindy for 
making Physics phun. Lisa (L.I.B.) Runaway. 
Runaway!!; Jodi, the Analysis wizard. Yann Benoit 
(petit blague). Nicole J. (the trout), Mr.Ullmann 
for showing me the ways of Physics. Coach 
Griffiths for making the best of the worst situa- 
tions, Joe for having the hockey mentality, the 
Sophmore (freshmen) skiers. The Bedford Police 
for being where I was not. Laser bugs, and the stars 
and moon above. Future Goals: To get a clue. 
Prove that cheerful is not better. Determine the 
composition of happy Fun Ball. Make a commer- 
cial for Saturday Night Live. Ski Tuckerman's 
Ravine. Teach Sarah the rules of football. See the 
Bruins win the Stanley Cup (soon). Go bungie 
jumping, hang gliding, and skydiving. Profession- 
ail) drive a Zamboni. 

Eric Young 

10 Summer Street 

Activities: Rifle Team 1 .2.3.4. Captain 4; 
Marching band 1; Percussion 1; Wood shop with 
Victor Carlson 3.4. Thanks To: Mom, Dad. and 
Scott who I had so many great times w iih. Scott, 
you and I were the best of friends and still are best 
friends. Nothing will come between us. Scoti. I 
still wish you were here to share this time with 
me. We were both looking forward lo my 
graduation and having a beer. Now, I will do it in 
spirit. I will never forget the times we would go 
to Vermont and go deer hunting, fishing, and other 
stuff. We always talked about getting older and 
having families of our own and visiting each other 
a lot. I now have a totally new perspective of life, 
not to say I want to die but 1 can't wait to see you 
and grampa up there. I miss you so much, words 
can't describe my pain. I just hope and pray when 
my time comes you'll be up there with grandpa and 
we will finally be together again. There is one 
other thing that I realized, it's how many friends 
you and I have. I just wish I had realized it sooner 
and done more things with our friends but now 
things have changed. I'm going to list some of the 
people who helped me through this difficult time 
in my life. First, Mr. Maxwell for being there 
when we talked about sports or when I needed a 
friend. Coach Dyer for leaching me how to shoot 
on the rifle team and not to get frustrated when 
things didn't go well. The Doctor for being just 
the Doctor. Ms. Savarino and Mrs. Jordan you 
helped me so much I'll miss ya. Thanks lo Victor 
Carlson's wood shop. I'll never forget the things 
you taught me Vick. Ed DiNitto, Chris Mackic. 
Chuck Mahara. Kristen Savage. Dave Carrol for 
being like a brother lo me. Nalh. Skid. Chris. 
Daymion. Josh. Kelly, Tina. Elina. TN. Rachel. 
Sweet Lou your house is mint. C. Mace Man. Keri. 
Duke Cynthia for almost skipping study and 
iietting breakfast with me and I hope your baby 
IS just like you. Love ya. Cindy Mc Combs for 
being like a sister lo me. My brother really cared 
a lot for you and lake care of Scott's watch for me. 
Jeff Jeannotte for being the best friend ever who 
IS there for everyone. Shay Duris for being a 
sweetie. Kevin Duris good luck in college. Mike 
Hanson for the times in back of EXXON. Jen 
Hanson for making me drive you home. Val and 
Brian you two are the best, we'll definitely go 
Lamping some time. My Uncle Brian and Dave for 
Idling me go to Vermont any time, for all the long 
talks about Scott and listening to Cousin Neal and 
Floyd. A grateful thanks to all my relatives you're 
all special people. Lauri P. for being wicked nice 
and going out with me 13 times. Love ya. Aniko 
for it's a Wednesday night. Zuzka for art class and 
for cheering me up when 1 felt down. I'll never 
forget ya. Debbie Jones and Stacey Whiteaker for 
Wood Shop with Victor Carlson, you're both 
sweethearts. Finally I hope I didn't forget anyone 
but you all know the class of '92 you're all in my 
heart. I will never forget you guys. You mean so 
much to me. I will keep in touch. You all know 
where to find me. that's Vermont. Take care. 
Future Goals: My future goals are to be 
successful at everything I do. To be like my 
brother who I really looked up to. To live in 
Vermont and own mv own business. 



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Dear Peter, 

I am so proud of you. Keep up the good work at the University 
of Michigan. 
Love. 
Mom 



Dear Tina- 
May all your dreams and ambitions come true. 
Love. 

Mom and Dad 



Brian, 

You are special in your love, caring, and devotion to your 
family. As you enter a new phase in your life; happiness, success, 
and a wonderful new world will be yours. Good luck. 
Mom, Dad, Daryle, and Kevin 



We. the parents of Hope Kennedy, extending a hearty congratu- 
lations to the graduation class of '92 in their success and 
achievements at Bedford High. With the Lord on your side, you 
will achieve better and greater things. 



Our congratulations and best wishes to the class of 1992. 
From. 

The Knell Family 



Dear John, 

You have brought us happiness, laughter and love. We are so 
proud of you. Strive to achieve, maintain your humor and always 
know we love you! 
Mom and Dad 



Jenny, 

Congratulations. We are so very proud of you. You have 
grown into such a beautiful, intelligent caring young woman. We 
love you very much. May all your dreams come true. 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, Brooke 



Congratulations, Lester. 

May that element of excitment that exists in your life give you 
good fortune in all your future endeavours. 
Love, 

Mum and Dad 



The Yearbook Staff would also like to thank MP/Public Rela- 
tions and the Millipore Corporation for their generous contribu- 
tions. 




Dear Frank, 

Face the future with your wonderful smile and your strong 
sense of determination. We are proud of you and love you. 
Nana, Dad, Mom, Veronica, Tom, Chris, Elizabeth, and Vin 



Eric, 



Congratulations to a great son. Be all you can be! 
All our love. 
Mom and Dad 



Jason, 

As you journey through life; always smile in the face of 
adversity and eagerly seek more challenges. Good luck and may 
God forever bless you! 

Love you. 

Mom and Dad 



To my son Brian in whom I am well pleased! Thank you for the 
pleasure and the privilege of sharing this part of your life with 
me. 

Love, 
Mom 



Congratulations! 

We are very proud of you Maureen with your winning smile 
and your compassion for others you will be a success in life and 
conquer all life's challenges. 
Love, 

Mom and Dad 



To Darlene C. Burton, 

We are all proud of you. If you think it's right "Just Do It. 
Remember, Education is something that's "Too Legit to Quit. 
We love you, and (SWA) D.H.N. & N. 
Napoleon and Dorothy 



Dear Zuzka, 

May all your dreams come true. 
Mom, Dad, Mika, Nadya 



We love you very much. 



Dear Michelle, 

Congratulations! Stay just the way you - as beautiful on the 
inside as you are on the outside. We're very proud of you. 
Love. 

Mom, Dad. Sharon and Michael 



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In Loving Memory 

Brand! Marie Coughlin 



It broke our hearts to lose you 
but you did not go alone, 
A part of us went with you. 



Epitaph 

Her close friends have gathered 
Lord, ain't it a shame 
Grieving together 
Sharing the blame 
When she was dying 
Lord, we let her down 
There's no use cryin' 
It can't help her now 

The party's all over 
Drink up and go home 
It's too late to love her 
And leave her alone 

Just say she was someone 

So far from home 

Whose life was so lonesome 

She died all alone 

Who dreamed pretty dreams 

That never came true 

Lord, why was she bom 

So black and blue 
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Feb 22, 1974 - Jan 27, 1992 




My Friend 

We may never meet again 
Our roads may never cross 
But no one can replace 
The friendship that's at loss 

When we say we love you 
We say it from our hearts 
And pray that no one will ever 
Tear our souls apart 

We love and cherish your friendship 

And hoped it would never end 

Because when it comes down to it 

You were our best friend 
**** 



If she is in our hearts and minds, she will live within us and forever remain as a part of our lives. 



. Love, 



Eric, Stacey, Amy, Cynthia, Dan, Laurie, Andy, Debbie, Elina, BethAnne, and other loving friends. 



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Congratulations 
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Best Wishes 

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Class of 1992 

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Jennifer, 

You have made us proud throughout 
the years. As you move on, always know 
our love is with you forever. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Chris 



BJC 



The Bedford Jewish Community 



Extends its congratulations 
to the Graduating Class of 1992 
and their families. 
Congratulations! 



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Dear Tara, 

Off you go into the wild world yonder... Just 
remember we'll always be here for you!! We are 
very proud of you! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



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Congratulations 
To the Class of 
199eL 



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to the 
Class of 199^ 



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COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW 
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Dear Jacqueline, 



We have always been proud of you - but 
never more than at this moment as you finish 
your high school career. You have studied and 
worked hard and gained recognition for your 
achievements. 

We are particularly happy to be able to 
express our pride in you in this yearbook, 
which you have worked so diligently to create. 

We thank you for the joy you have brought 
to our family and we wish you all the success 
that you so richly deserve. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 




Jay- 

You are the 
best sister 
anyone 

could have, 

even when 
you play 

the piccolo! 

Love, 
Petunia 



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Dear David, 

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smile - keep it up! You made us 
proud and we love you. 

Mom and Dad 



Laurie, 

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Love, 

Mom, Dad, Amy, Michelle, and 
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All our love, 
Mom, Dad, Matt, and Nick 



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Professional Corporation 

113 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
(617) 275-0860 




Sage, 

As your sail fills with the wind be yourself. 
When storm clouds threaten, be yourself. 
While the sun rises, prepare for the challenge, 
and surely you will conquer the future 
as you have mastered the past. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Craig 




Maureen - 

You've come a long way, baby.... 
And we couldn't be any prouder! 
Life with you has hardly been dull... 
For, besides keeping us busy, you've brought us non- 
stop happiness since before your birth. 
Being your parents is a privilege and joy - 
So now, as you stand on the threshold of your adult life. 
May God continue to bless you. 
And may all your dreams be fulfilled! 
Love, 

Mom and Dad 





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Farewell and Good 
Luck to the Class of 

1992 



Your Class officers wish you the best: 



Rafael Rivera 



Daymion Smith 



Anita Bumann 



David Clements 



Kelly Callahan 



Jen Carson 




Thanks also to our dedicated class advisors: 
Mr Huff, Mr Palmer and Ms. Mehrle for their support! 



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Craig, 

You will always be a big 
wheel in our lives. Lots of 
luck as you hit the road. 
Love, 
Mom and Dad 




You've come a 
long way BABY! 
Lisa - 

"Congratulations" 
We love you and are 
very proud. You're 
an extra special 
daughter and sister, 
just get off the 
PHONE and clean 
your ROOM. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, John, 
and Nicole 



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ALSO - Congratulations 
to Jodi and the class of 
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IN MEMORY OF 




SCOTT YOUNG 

1969-1991 
CAPTAIN 

BHS VARSITY RIFLE TEAM 
STATE CHAMPIONS 
1987-1988 
Woburn Sportsmen's Association, Inc. 



CIS-US 
serves the nation with 
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Success and good fortune 
to the graduates of Bedford High School... 



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MEAD BROS. TREE SERVICE, INC. 

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Wishing the best to the 
Scouts of former Troop 
#2071 



Lisette A. 
Sage B. 
Lisa C. 
Marcy C. 
Maureen C. 

Jen D. 
Michelle D. 
Debbi F. 
Kathy F. 
Katie H. 




Debbie J. 
Kristen L. 
Keri McG. 
Beth M. 
Mary P. 
Andria P. 
Jen P. 
Jacqui S. 
Jen W. 



Love, 

Mrs. Browne and Mrs. Larsen 



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• SALES-275-8000 

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275-8000 



BEDFORD 
ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

CONGRATULATES 

THE 

CLASS OF '92 



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BEDFORD 
FIRE FIGHTERS 



Dear Chris 




Good Luck 
Class of '92 



APPLIED IMAGING, INC. 
23 Crosby Drive, Bedford MA. 01730 



Wishing 
Love and 
Best 
Wishes to 
our son we 
are Very 
Proud of. 




Love, 

Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1992 



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Julie, 

You've always met your challenges "face on" and have 
given your best. With your loving spirit and a close walk with 
the Lord you have made and will continue to make a difference 
in the world. Believe! 

We've been blessed 
with three children and now 
it's your turn to take that 
next step. There will be 
smiles and tears and you'll 
make it! You're a survivor 
and you're never alone. 
Wherever your future takes 
you remember that we're 
family - through the good 
and the bad times - WE 
LOVE YOU! 

Well God Bless and re- 
member - "Cherry Cheeks" 

- "Brown Eyes" - "Attitude Check" - "You Light Up My Life" 

- "Connect the Dots Freckles" - Gem Foot ABC's Family - 
Friends - Pandas - Hairspray - Jesus - Julia - Evening Prayers 

- Hugs. 

We are very proud of you honey! Be happy, be loving, 
laugh alot and touch the world!! 

Lots of Love, 
Mom and Dad 




Gretchen, 



We love you 
for always get- 
ting the most 
out of every- 
thing you do, 
for your sensi- 
tivity, fearless- 
ness, curiosity 
and joy of life. 
GE, you bring 
good things to 
life! 



Love Always, 
Mom, Dad, Beth, 
Kristen...and Robin 




Kelly, 



Your radiant 
smile and your 
charming per- 
sonality has 
made you a 
very special 
daughter. We 
are so proud of 
you. Just keep 
smiling. 
Love, 

Mom and Dad 





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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1992 MUSIC STUDENTS 



Lisette Alba 


Marcy Correia 


Brian Leeper 




i*Xct UJ. ti^CXl X^c7VilU 


Karyn Mills 


Darlene Burton 


Gretchen Ela 


Andria Pomponi 


Lisa Cadotte 


Jason Eldridge 


Christopher Reed 


Kelly Callahan 


Renee Gameau 


Michelle Schofield 


Jennifer Carson 


Craig Gottlieb 


Nicovanna Shannon 


Yving Hsin Chen 


Amy Harley 


Jacqueline Shwimer 


Karen Clancy 


Matthew Knell 


Daymion Smith 


Greorge Clayton 


Stephanie Kj^velos 


Brian Sparrow 


Jodi Cohen 


Nickey Lanier 


Patricia Weinfurt 


Theresa Concannon 


Kristen Larsen 


Jennifer Wingfield 




Tara Lee 





THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS 
TO THE MUSIC PROGRAMS 





(PATRONS OF MUSIC STUDENTS) 



Congratulations 
Josh! 

We hope you continue through Ufe with the 
same boundless energy and enthusiasm you have 

demonstrated as a young boy and a young man. 

Love^ 

Mom, Dad, Kaitlyn, and Mike 




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Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1992 

from the 
Bedford High School 

Parent's Association 



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Congratutations 

and 
"Best WisHes 

to tHe 
Class of 1992 

jac(lue[ine Sfiivimcr 

and tfie miirt 0^earSool<iStaff 
with s-pecial tfianf^s to 
our cCevoUd advisor 

Mr. Micfiacl %ina[di 



202 Advertisements 



Congratulations! 
to the 
Class of 1992 

Lawrence Carlton & 
Company, CPAs 


1 

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363 The Great Road (Rte. 225) 
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A, GORDON BISHOP, JR. 

323 The Great Road 
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^.0 Gfvo Telephone 

617-275-7056 «embe» 


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Cor.sui;ani Pharmacisi FASCP 

^ Davidsons Pharmacy Inc. 

7 Q V Bedford. MA 01730 
/ \ Phone (617) 275-5919 


Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes To 

The Class of 1992 
From the Class of 1993 



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on mastering 
the fundamentals 



Raytheon 

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ESTORATIONS 



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CVS Pharmacy 

wishes the best 
for all graduates 
of the 

Class of 1992 



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BEDFORD OPTICAL CO. 



$30.00 off the normal price of soft tinted contact lenses 
for the Class of 1992 

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Registered Optician Bedford, MA 01730 



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99 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



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1 67 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
275-6850 

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Funeral Director 



Dear Mary, 



You are a 
genuine free- 
spirit. Fly, 
but beware 
of passing 
pigeons. 

Love, 
Mom and 
Dad 




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Congratulations Class of 1992!! 
Good luck in the future from the 

Class of 1995 





51 THE GREAT ROAD • BEDFORD, MA 01730 



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(617) 275-1967 




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Fine Chinese Cuismc 



Amy, 

"Hold fast 
to your 
dreams, for 
without 
dreams, life is 
a frozen field 
covered with 
snow." We are 
proud of you 
and we love 
you very 
much. 

Love, 
Mom and 
Dad (and 
Sausha) 




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FELICITACIONES 
A LOS 

GRADUADOS 

DE LA CLASSE 

DE '92 

DEL 
CLUB DE 
ESPANOL 



BONNE 
CHANCE 
ALA 

CLASSE DE '92 
DU CERCLE 
FRANCAIS 

VIVE LA SALADE NICOISE 




AVE ETVALE 
AD MULTOS 
ANNOS BONA 
FORTUNA 
FROM THE 
LATIN 
CLUB 



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GOOD 
LUCK TO 
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AND 
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From Spire Corporation . . . 

Our very best wisnes for health, 
happiness, and prosperity to the 
Class of 1992 and to all the 
students, faculty and administration 
of Bedford hHign School. 

In Energy . . . 

Spire is the place to grow. 



spire 



spire Corporation/One Patriots Park/Bedford, Massachusetts 01730-2396 



210 Advertisements 



Congratulations 
Class of '92 



RICHARD A. DAVIDSON, JR. 

Attorney at Law 
41 North Road, Suite 205 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

(617) 275-0030 




To my very 
special Amy 
Dorothy Duggan 
"the mostest of 
the bestest " 

Mom 



EXCHANGE, 



Specializing in New & Pre-Owned 
Computers & Peripherals 



292 Main Street 
Northboro, Massachusetts 01532 
508-393-3848 
508-393-8085 - FAX 



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Discover gracious country living 
just 15 miles from Boston. 



One visit to Huckins Farm jnd you'll 
be convinced that the loveliest pans of 
Vermont have somehow been moved to 
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from Route 128. Nestled among 3.000 
acres of countryside and charming horse 
paddocks, the phase-two homes of 
Huckins Farm feature 2- and 3-bedroom 
single family designs Ten 
homes are planned tor this 
phase and hve have already 
been committed. So aa now. 



These homes are going to be as desirable as 
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Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1992 



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It's So Hard To Say GOOD-BYE 



The time has finally come for us to leave this 
sanctuary known as Bedford High School. Some 
people look forward to the new challenges that lay 
ahead for them and welcome their new opportunities 
with open arms. Some people are afraid to go on and 
want to stay in this place that has become home to them. 
No matter what your attitude about the future may be, 
we will all look back on our years at BHS with fondness 
and happiness. We will remember all of the good times 
that we have had and maybe even a few of the bad 
times. We will realize how important these four years 
were to our lives because they have helped us to grow 
and to mature. We have made friends that we will keep 
for a lifetime and we have learned lessons that will help 
us forever. 

Some of us have known each other since we were 
five years old when we first entered kindergarten. 
Some of us met when we entered the sixth grade. And, 
some of us came in the ninth grade. No matter when we 
met, we have become a unit: the class of 1992. That 
is something that will bind us together forever. We 
have all walked the hallways of BHS. We have all 
experienced the assemblies, the fire drills, the teachers, 
the classes, and the lunches. 

As different as we are, we have come together to 
form a unity - that illusive thing known as a rainbow - 
something so precious that it only appears in waterfalls 
and after a rainstorm. Something that people stop and 
take notice of every time that they see one. Something 
that is made up of so many individual parts and yet 
whose whole is the most beautiful thing in the world. 
That is the class of 1992. 

I'm sad to say 
It's time to go 
But until we meet again along the 

road- 
Remember this, on your journey 
home: 

When you hear the thunder roar, 
you're not alone. 

We wish you well.... 

-Whitesnake '78 




Darlene Burton, Hope Kennedy, and Nicovanna Shannon Reggie Kenon races towards his 
ask for peace for the world and wish their friends the best in future and whatever it may hold 
the future. for him. 



216 Closing 




eri McGrath and Kelly 
allahan try to say good-bye to 
II that they have known and 
nile as they think about the 
iture. 



Lisa Cadotte and Jodi Cohen realize that this is their last Spirit Eric Swenson is astonished to realize that he is leaving this incredibly 
Week at BHS. It is also their last year at BHS. mature part of his life. At least it will taste good. 




leresa Concannon stares discontentedly into space as she realizes that she will 
ion be leaving her friends and her family for a new life. 



lyce Carroll, Aniko VanDerLee. and Jenny Stafford remember the good times 
at have occurred during their high school years. 



':st friends Tara Lee. Jacqueline Shwimer. Jen Carson, and Andria Pompon 
fleet on their years together and realize that there will be more good times to 
'ine - together and with new friends. 



Closing 217 



COLOPHON 

Bedford High School's 1992 SIGNUM 
was printed by Jostens Printing and Pub- 
lishing Division, 401 Science Park Road, 
State College, Pennsylvania 16801. The 
Jostens area representative was John Neister 
and the in-house consultant was Karen 
Betts. 

Senior portraits, group photos, and some 



candids were taken by Burlington Studios, 
99R Cambridge Street, Burlington, Mas- 
sachusetts 01803 and the remainder of the 
candids were taken by yearbook staff pho- 
tographers. Underclassmen portraits were 
taken by O'Connor School Pictures, 1348 
Main Street, Tewkesbury, Massachusetts 
01876. Select spring sports pictures were 
provided by the Bedford Minuteman. 

The cover was litho material in white 
#478 with black #395 and medium blue 



#285; the endsheets were parchmatte me- 
dium blue #292 printed black, different 
front and back. 

Headlines were set in 36 point Times 
Roman. Secondary headlines were set in 
1 8 point Times Roman. Body copy was set 
in 10 point Times Roman and picture 
captions were set in 8 point Times Roman. 

The publication date for the 305 copies 
was May 1992. 



218 Colophon 



BEDFORD COLLECTION